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INTERPOL WORLD Cyber2017 Security we need to ensure the crimes are reported, evidence preserved and investigation supported. We can be tremendously successful. No nation can fight cybercrime in isolation. We need a global approach and this is what INTERPOL is about. We have a new user alert system. We are tracking global information sharing trends and alert platforms are used for releasing intelligence reports. We are also capacity building and training police to become cybercrime fighters and in cooperation with the private sector. We provide a global platform for cooperation with the private sector for information sharing and coordinated response, as well as in researching new solutions. From the recent ransomware attacks, there is a message to do more to protect systems and much of the damage was preventable, had systems been kept current and updated. We need trust, as well as rules to guide our cooperation. INTERPOL provides a global system to join together global systems to fight and coordinate cybercrime efforts. - Jurgen Stock, Secretary General, INTERPOL

Is the public sector doing enough? It varies. Global capability, platforms and reach is critical for capability building and to raise the bar globally, nationally, regionally and locally for development of people, policies and architectures. Unless there is a deterrence we will see a continued explosion of criminals in cyber. - Cheri McGuire, CISO Standard Chartered Bank The bad guys have unlimited funds, unlimited resources and will spend those to break whatever we put in place. - William Maheu, Senior Director, Qualcomm Cyber Security Solutions Law enforcement should be able to investigate in cyber, as it does in physical. We need the tools to investigate but we also need the crimes to be reported. Law makers need to understand there is limits to our cyber capabilities around encryption. Law enforcement needs to educate the victims in the private sector as to what police will do when seeking evidence. We have to overcome the silo mentality. - Jurgen Stock, Secretary General, INTERPOL We need to educate many people to achieve a new level of cyber security culture - this >>

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Asia Pacific Security Magazine, Sept/Oct 2017  

The Asia Pacific Security Magazine is published bi-monthly and features news, articles and promotes partner events from across the region. F...

Asia Pacific Security Magazine, Sept/Oct 2017  

The Asia Pacific Security Magazine is published bi-monthly and features news, articles and promotes partner events from across the region. F...