Cybercrime

Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing areas of crime, due to the speed, convenience and anonymity of modern technologies and the Internet. INTERPOL’s cybercrime programme works to identify emerging threats and to develop tools and services to enable police to respond on an international level.

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26 March 2015

INTERPOL cyber research identifies malware threat to virtual currencies

SINGAPORE – INTERPOL cyber threat researchers have identified a threat to the blockchain in virtual transactions which could result in their being embedded with malware or other illegal data, including child abuse images.

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25 March 2015

INTERPOL deploys team to support investigation into Germanwings plane crash

LYON, France – At the request of French authorities, INTERPOL is deploying an Incident Response Team (IRT) to support the investigation into the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps which killed 150 people.

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24 March 2015

Enhancing cooperation in combating organized crime and terrorism focus of INTERPOL meeting

LYON, France – Identifying ways to enhance cooperation in combating organized crime and terrorism is the focus of the INTERPOL Heads of National Central Bureaus (NCBs) meeting this week.

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Cybercrime

INTERPOL cyber research identifies malware threat to virtual currencies

INTERPOL deploys team to support investigation into Germanwings plane crash

Enhancing cooperation in combating organized crime and terrorism focus of INTERPOL meeting

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20 March 2015

Media invitation to 22nd INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference in Singapore

LYON, France – Senior law enforcement officials from across Asia will gather in Singapore from 15 – 17 April 2015 for the 22nd INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference.The conference will focus on a range of international law enforcement issues, including: Cybercrime Counter-terrorism Environmental security Trafficking in illicit goods and counterfeiting...
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11 March 2015 - 13 March 2015 | Lyon, France

9th International Symposium on the Theft of and Illicit Traffic in Works of Art, Cultural Property and Antiques

The illicit trafficking in cultural objects is a problem that affects both developed and developing countries alike. It is driven by a demand within the art market and has become more prevalent due to the improvement in transport, the opening of international borders and political and religious instability in some regions.
14 April 2015 - 16 April 2015 | Singapore

INTERPOL World

With technological advancements occurring at an unprecedented scale, the world is now confronted with a host of new border-related crime threats that are increasingly complex and intertwined. This cross-sector event will drive security initiatives in four key areas: cybersecurity, safe cities, border management and supply chain security.

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