Our current initiatives in cybercrime revolve around the three areas outlined below.
We support member countries during cyber investigations and help coordinate joint operations.
Cyber Fusion Centre
This provides essential assistance to INTERPOL’s member countries during all stages of an investigation. Functioning in a similar manner to INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre, the Cyber Fusion Centre provides real-time monitoring and analysis of malicious internet activity, giving member countries the intelligence and expertise required to be more effectively investigate digital crimes.
Digital Forensics Laboratory
This laboratory works to build national digital forensic capacity through training, while at the same time providing practical forensic support to member countries during investigation.
Working Groups have been created to facilitate the development of regional strategies, technologies and information on the latest crime trends and methods.
There are regional working parties for:
- Europe and Asia
- Middle East and North Africa.
The main activities of the working parties are based around operations, training and finding solutions to emerging threats.