Our current initiatives in cybercrime revolve around the three areas outlined below.
At INTERPOL, we work to ensure that police keep pace with technological developments and have the required expertise and skills to deal with evolving digital crime at the national and international levels.
We provide a range of training courses, targeted to the needs of participants, covering topics such as emerging trends in cybercrime, investigation techniques, digital forensics and more.
Training takes the form of e-learning modules, classroom-based sessions and workshops and can lead to professional certification. ‘Train-the-trainer’ courses are particularly valuable as they enable participants to pass on their new skills and knowledge to their colleagues.
Increasingly, INTERPOL’s cybercrime training portfolio is developed and delivered with input from academia, computer emergency response teams (CERT), national police and the private sector.