Interpol creates cybercrime-related communication services
5 nov 2020
The Interpol has created two secure and flexible services to facilitate cybercrime related communication among law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders to ensure more effective and coordinated action based on timely intelligence.
Cybercrime is one of the most prolific forms of transnational crime. Highly complex cyberthreats such as malware, Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) and ransomware bring new challenges to law enforcement -- including large volumes of data, cross-border investigations, and new areas of technical knowledge,” said the Interpol in a statement.
Law enforcement officers and members of the Interpol National Central Bureaus (NCBs) are invited to join the Cybercrime Knowledge Exchange workspace. The CBI is the nodal agency in the Interpol for India. “The international and private entities can request to join the CKE by contacting the Interpol Cybercrime Directorate,” said the Interpol.