A very constructive meeting with Icelandic Police Commissioner Sigríour Björk Gudjónsdóttir. With #Iceland already a strong user of INTERPOL’s tools and databases, we discussed areas for increased cooperation, particularly in relation to cyber security threats.
At today’s @WEFCyberSec Annual Meeting on Cybersecurity, I underlined how timely and accurate intelligence sharing is the cornerstone of any effective law enforcement response to #cybercrime, which is constantly evolving in both scale and complexity. #WEFCyber20
Today, the Partnership Against Cybercrime Working Group released their recommendations for first steps towards establishing a global architecture for cooperation
#WEFCyber20 @nayiabarmpaliou @CyAlliancePrez @INTERPOL_SG
Delighted to have contributed to this important report. Only by ensuring that leading companies work side by side with law enforcement can we effectively respond to the #cybercrime threat.
To help law enforcement in the #EU, and all our member countries, protect borders and identify potential threats, INTERPOL’s databases currently hold details of nearly 57,000 foreign terrorist fighters, and some 1.3 million pieces of terrorist-related information
EU home affairs ministers issue a joint statement on the recent terrorist attacks in Europe. #JHA
I fully agree with EU home affairs ministers that it is crucial for police officers in Europe to have access to the information they need to do their jobs. European security depends on real-time access to foreign information and vice versa.
Aujourd'hui marque le 5e anniversaire des attentats de Paris qui ont frappé au cœur du pays hôte de notre Secrétariat général. Nos pensées se tournent vers toutes les victimes du terrorisme et pour les premiers intervenants qui, souvent, courent vers le danger.
The increased online dependency due to COVID-19 has created new opportunities for criminals. I was pleased to take part in the #PaleyIC to highlight the global cybercrime threat and what INTERPOL is doing to combat it.
As more and more of our personal and financial data migrates online, the risk of cybercrime has increased exponentially. @INTERPOL_SG shares his thoughts on the biggest global security challenges with @SangerNYT. #PaleyIC
Wildlife and forestry crime has far-reaching and devastating consequences not just for the environment but also for society, public health and global economics. This operation shows our continued determination to combat this illicit trade.
ARRESTED: A suspected Tajik #jihadist wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice has been caught in #Greece.
A great example of international police cooperation and INTERPOL's policing tools in action.
Another strong result showing what can be achieved when countries share information via INTERPOL and make it available to frontline officers.
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