Interpol

Fortinet in threat information sharing agreement with Interpol
Collaboration is aimed at stepping up operations across Asean.
Interpol to use Microsoft PhotoDNA to help ID child abuse victims
Interpol will be integrating Microsoft Corp’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.
Security researchers identify malware threat to virtual currencies
Interpol cyber-threat researchers, including a Kaspersky Lab expert, have identified a threat to the blockchain in virtual transactions which could result in their being embedded with malware or other illegal data, including child abuse images.
Partnership the key to combating cybercrime: Interpol
Interpol intends to keep up with the ever-evolving cyber-threat landscape, the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation’s director of cyber-innovation and outreach Dr Madan Oberoi tells Goh Thean Eu.
Cybersecurity: Public sector left in the lurch
The Asia Pacific region holds much growth potential for cybersecurity providers, amidst the growing complexity of securing digital assets and the increasing frequency of attacks by those who would seek to exploit them, said stakeholders of the upcoming Interpol World, slated to take place from April 14-16 in Singapore.
Microsoft launches cybercrime centre in Singapore
Microsoft has officially launched its new Cybercrime Satellite Centre in Singapore, as a satellite extension of the Microsoft Cybercrime Centre in Redmond, United States.
ATM hack a global issue: Interpol and Kaspersky Lab
The recent spate of ATM 'hacks' is not just a Malaysian problem. Kaspersky Lab’s experts have performed a forensic investigation into cyber-criminal attacks targeting multiple ATMs around the world.
Trend Micro and Interpol in 3yr agreement to combat cyber-threats
Trend Micro Inc, which last year announced it was collaborating with Interpol, has now announced a three-year agreement to help support the international police organisation and its 190 member countries with additional knowledge, resources and tactics to decrease cybercrime on a global scale.
Interpol lays out response blueprint for global cybercrime war
To better facilitate international police cooperation in combating cybercrime, which typically span multiple borders, the International Criminal Police Organisation, otherwise known as Interpol, is establishing a Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI), which will open in Singapore in 2014.
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