Tag Archives: interpol

Fortinet Supports Interpol Operation to Expose Global Online Fraud Ring

Fortinet‘s threat intelligence reports have helped Interpol to uncover a group of fraudsters that stole more than $60 million from businesses worldwide through online scams. Fortinet said Monday threat information cooperation between its security research unit FortiGuard Labs and Interpol led to the exposure of the cyber fraud ring behind thousands of 419, dating and Alibaba scams as well as financial …

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Interpol Sets Up New Cyber-Crime Fighting Center in Singapore

Police in Singapore will soon have access to cutting-edge research and development facilities in fighting cyber crime with the standup of the Interpol global complex. Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar told the New Straits Times that delegates at the recent Interpol’s 79th general assembly unanimously endorsed the …

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Melissa Hathaway: America Has Too Many Ineffective Private-Public Partnerships

  The recent INTERPOL conference held in Hong Kong was an important step for the international, strategic environment to bring like-minded nations together to discuss information security, cybersecurity, and share effective practices for protecting key infrastructure, said Melissa Hathaway, president of Hathaway Global Strategies and former cybersecurity official. Held Sept. …

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World’s Most Influential Cybersecurity Organizations

The Government Accountability Office has released a report identifying the world’s most powerful cybersecurity organizations, ranging from information-sharing forums that are nondecision-making entities of experts to private organizations to treaty-based, decision-making bodies founded by nations. A large group of organizations is actively engaged in developing international agreements and standards related …

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