Cybercrime or...? by Johnny Lundberg, Deputy Police Chief, The National police’s Cyber Crime Center

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The presentation was given at the Digital Threats and Solutions conference held by InfinIT on 20 March 2014.

The presentation was given at the Digital Threats and Solutions conference held by InfinIT on 20 March 2014.

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  • 1. DANISH NATIONAL POLICE
  • 2. • Cyber attack on NATO websites claimed by ”Ukrainian patriots” • Syrian Electronic Army hacks into Forbes.com • Hackers knock out Kremlin s website • 2.9 mn. Adobe accounts compro- mised; Investigations still ongoing • Cybercrime firm says uncovers six active attacks on U.S. merchants • Cybercrime surges in Hong Kong fuelled by email scams and extortion • Warning: CryptoLocker virus holds computers ransom Cybercrime or …..?
  • 3. Cyberthreats CybersecurityCybercrime Terror Espionage Hacktivisme Organised crime Intellectual Property Rights Economic crime Petty crime Harrasment ?
  • 4. National Cybercrime Centre (NCC) • Strengten investigative and judicial competences • Promote cybersecurity awareness and crime prevention • Monitor and analyse cybercrime developements • Identify and analyse cybercrime threats • Initiate and support national/international investigation • Internet patrolling • Public – Private - Partnership
  • 5. European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) • Data Fusion • Forensics • Outreach • Strategy • Research & Developement • Training • Investigative coordination and support: Cybercrime (FP Cyborg), Child sexual exploitation (FP Twins), Payment Card Fraud (FP Terminal) ”EC3 aims to become the focal point in the EU’s fight against cybercrime , through building Operational and analytical capacity for investigations and cooperation with international part- Ners in the pursuit of en EU free from Cybercrime” Europol/EC3
  • 6. Interpol Global Complex for Innovation • Digital Crime Centre • Cyber Innovation and Outreach • Capacity Building and Training • Operational and Investigative support ”A cutting-edge research and developement facitlity for the identification of crimes and criminals, innovative training, operational support and partnerships” Interpol