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Partners

As a new and constantly evolving type of crime, traditional law enforcement agencies do not necessarily have the knowledge and skills to tackle cybercrime alone. Partnerships with other organizations allow INTERPOL and its member countries to benefit from the cyber and technological expertise available in the public, private and academic sectors.

INTERPOL has entered into a number of such partnerships to assist police in the fight against cybercrime. Some closer relationships, known as strategic partnerships, have been developed with select partners with whom INTERPOL works especially closely to develop new tools, services or activities.

Our partners offer expertise in the field of cybercrime which complements that of INTERPOL and law enforcement, including safety information and advice for the public.

Learn more about INTERPOL’s strategic partners

News
08 November 2017

Building a security framework for major events focus of global experts


07 November 2017

INTERPOL and Qatar shape major event security via global network


20 October 2017

G7 Ministers call for sharing of battlefield data on terrorists via INTERPOL


12 October 2017

INTERPOL and Kaspersky Lab sign new threat intelligence exchange agreement


04 October 2017

INTERPOL and British Telecom unite to fight cybercrime


26 September 2017

President Xi Jinping opens INTERPOL General Assembly


24 August 2017

Cooperation in acquiring digital evidence focus of INTERPOL workshop


12 July 2017

INTERPOL Dialogue unites public and private sectors to combat cyber and financial crimes


06 July 2017

Vietnam President and INTERPOL Chief discuss regional and global security issues


04 July 2017

INTERPOL World: connecting police and private industry for a safer future


30 June 2017

INTERPOL launches first digital forensics training course for wildlife investigations


14 June 2017

Research identifies illegal wildlife trade on the Darknet


13 June 2017

153 detained for ticket fraud following worldwide law enforcement operation


12 June 2017

INTERPOL training helps countries tackle illicit online wildlife trade


07 June 2017

INTERPOL gathers cyber experts to assess global response to WannaCry attack


19 May 2017

INTERPOL coordinating global law enforcement response to WannaCry ransomware attack


16 May 2017

Terrorist and cybercrime threats to European security focus of INTERPOL meeting


13 May 2017

INTERPOL and China to explore areas for strengthening security and policing capabilities


12 May 2017

Strengthening Nordic law enforcement capacity to combat criminal use of the Darknet


24 April 2017

INTERPOL-led cybercrime operation across ASEAN unites public and private sectors


20 April 2017

INTERPOL training in Americas enhances capacity to counter cyber threats


19 April 2017

INTERPOL and TNO partnership to combat cybercrime


04 April 2017

Cybersecurity experts meet on the future of major event security


04 April 2017

INTERPOL supports No More Ransom initiative


27 March 2017

UAE pledges EUR 50 million to support seven key INTERPOL projects


22 March 2017

Ransomware – the new INTERPOL digital security challenge


12 March 2017

Effective information sharing on violent extremism can save lives – INTERPOL Chief


09 March 2017

West African cybercrime underground economy emerging, finds joint INTERPOL-Trend Micro paper


08 March 2017

INTERPOL National Central Bureaus essential in enhancing global security


03 March 2017

Cybercrime investigation challenges focus of INTERPOL and Council of Europe initiative


17 February 2017

INTERPOL launches training programme on digital forensics in maritime investigations


15 February 2017

Virtual crimes provide real experience in INTERPOL Digital Security Challenge


01 February 2017

INTERPOL and Gulf Cooperation Council unite efforts in combating crime and terrorism


18 January 2017

Strengthening policing capacity across Asia focus of INTERPOL meeting in Nepal


18 January 2017

INTERPOL supports public-private partnerships to combat cybercrime at World Economic Forum


Secondment of experts
We are calling for public and private organizations to cooperate with us against cybercrime, through the secondment of experts to the IGCI in Singapore.