16 abril 2015

Cyber security requires coordination and innovation, INTERPOL President tells conference

THE HAGUE, The Netherlands – Addressing the Global Conference on Cyberspace (GCCS 2015), INTERPOL President Mireille Ballestrazzi said the growing threat of cybercrime requires global, coordinated and innovative solutions.

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15 abril 2015

INTERPOL meeting of Asian police chiefs focuses on evolving crime threats

SINGAPORE – Senior law enforcement officials from across Asia and the South Pacific are gathering in Singapore for the 22nd INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference. It will focus on strengthening regional efforts against transnational crime and criminal networks.

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14 abril 2015

La primera edición del foro INTERPOL World se centra en la innovación al servicio de la seguridad mundial

SINGAPORE – Fostering innovation to meet global security challenges is the focus of the first INTERPOL World forum which opened today in Singapore.

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13 abril 2015

Amplia representación internacional en la inauguración del Complejo Mundial de INTERPOL para la Innovación

SINGAPORE – Ministers and senior police officials from around the world have gathered at the official opening of the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) which is set to empower law enforcement officers worldwide with cutting-edge tools and knowledge against 21st century crime.

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13 abril 2015

INTERPOL coordina una operación mundial para desarticular la botnet Simda

SINGAPORE - The Simda botnet, believed to have infected more than 770,000 computers worldwide, has been targeted in a global operation coordinated from the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore.

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01 abril 2015

La protección del patrimonio cultural requiere una respuesta a escala mundial, declara el jefe de INTERPOL

PARIS, France – INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock has highlighted the need for a concerted international effort to prevent the illicit trade in cultural heritage by terrorist groups such as the Islamic State.

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26 marzo 2015

Una investigación informática de INTERPOL revela una amenaza para las monedas virtuales vinculada a programas maliciosos

SINGAPUR – Los investigadores de INTERPOL especializados en las ciberamenazas han detectado una amenaza que afecta a la cadena de bloques (blockchain) de transacciones virtuales, y que consiste en la posibilidad de integrar en ella un programa malicioso u otros datos ilegales, incluidas imágenes de abusos sexuales de menores.

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Cyber security requires coordination and innovation, INTERPOL President tells conference

INTERPOL meeting of Asian police chiefs focuses on evolving crime threats

Inaugural INTERPOL World forum focuses on innovation for global security

International gathering marks inauguration of INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation

INTERPOL coordinates global operation to take down Simda botnet

Protecting cultural heritage requires a global response, says INTERPOL Chief

Una investigación informática de INTERPOL revela una amenaza para las monedas virtuales vinculada a programas maliciosos

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17 abril 2015

INTERPOL Asia meeting sets its sights on enhancing regional security

SINGAPORE – The 22nd INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference has closed with senior law enforcement officials from across Asia and the South Pacific agreeing a series of measures to strengthen regional efforts against transnational crime.Amongst these were recommendations to support the efforts of INTERPOL member countries in Asia to combat cybercrime, strengt...
14 abril 2015

Global efforts to identify child abuse victims via INTERPOL boosted with Microsoft technology

SINGAPORE – INTERPOL is to integrate Microsoft’s PhotoDNA technology into its International Child Sexual Exploitation (ICSE) database as part of the world police body’s efforts to identify victims of child abuse worldwide.PhotoDNA calculates the distinct characteristics of a digital image, creating a unique signature, also known as a ‘hash’. This can then...
10 abril 2015

INTERPOL border security operation targets criminals traveling in Southeast Asia

SINGAPORE – The first border security operation coordinated by INTERPOL’s Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore has led to the arrest of international fugitives attempting to travel in countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).During Operation Sunbird (16-24 March), which focused on identifying wanted criminals, police an...
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14 abril 2015 - 16 abril 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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