Cyber partnerships

Partnerships are essential in fighting cybercrime since the expertise often lies in other sectors.

When it comes to cybercrime, police do not have all the answers. Partnerships with other organizations allow INTERPOL and our member countries to benefit from the cyber and technological expertise available in the public, private and academic sectors.

We work with partners worldwide to exchange information on emerging cyber threats and develop new tools to support the activities of police in our member countries.

How can I contribute?

We are always looking for new partners with skills and expertise in the field of cybercrime to complement that of the global law enforcement community. We currently have formal partnerships with organizations and private companies in the cybersecurity, information technology and banking industries.

If you feel your company would be a good fit to support INTERPOL’s cybercrime mission, we encourage you to reach out to explore potential partnership options, including:

  • Information sharing;
  • Developing/delivering training;
  • Secondment of experts to the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore.

INTERPOL-Europol Cybercrime Conference

Launched in 2013, this annual conference gathers cyber experts from law enforcement, the private sector and academia to review the latest cyber threats and how to overcome them through a collective global response. It is hosted in alternate years by INTERPOL and Europol.