INTERPOL carries out a variety of activities to support our member countries in the fight against cybercrime. We offer support to cybercrime investigations, work to develop innovative new technologies, assist countries in exploiting digital evidence, conduct training sessions and assist countries in reviewing their cyberfighting capacities.
Regional working groups bring together senior experts from national cybercrime units to assess the latest regional trends and current threats, and formulate action plans and transnational operations.
INTERPOL Global Cybercrime Expert Group
This cross-sector group brings together experts from different cyber-related fields to provide advice on including cyberstrategy, research, training, forensics and operations.
There are no borders in cyberspace, posing challenges for police in investigating cybercrime incidents which may involve suspects, victims and crimes spanning multiple countries.
INTERPOL assists member countries in sharing and consolidating information on known cyber incidents, and analyses this information with the aim to produce actionable intelligence for use by police on the ground.
Operations: We help coordinate transnational cybercrime investigations and operations, either on-site or remotely from the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore. This can involve intelligence sharing and providing guidance on best practices in conducting cybercrime investigations.
Intelligence: Located in the IGCI, the Cyber Fusion Centre (CFC) brings together cyber experts from law enforcement and industry to gather and analyse all available information on criminal activities in cyberspace to provide countries with coherent, usable intelligence.
The future of policing - IGCI