How Interpol is Strengthening Regional and Global Defenses Against Cybercrime

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Law enforcement is playing an increasingly critical role in combatting international cybercrime, disrupting the operations of major cybercriminal groups and sometimes arresting members.

In this keynote presentation, Ivo de Carvalho Peixinho, Head of the Cybercrime Unit at the Interpol Cybercrime Directorate, will discuss the latest trends and challenges in combatting international cybercriminal activity.

Peixinho will also demonstrate how Interpol can be an enabler between member countries, private partners, non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders, building a collaborative approach to protect communities and disrupt criminal organizations.

Join this session to learn:

  • The evolving role and approaches of law enforcement in holding cybercriminals to account
  • The latest challenges for law enforcement in combatting international cybercriminal activity
  • How stakeholders, including the cybersecurity industry, can work with Interpol in its efforts to tackle cybercrime

This session was part of Infosecurity Magazine's Online Summit Spring 2024


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Ivo de Carvalho Peixinho

Head of the Cybercrime Unit at the Interpol Cybercrime Directorate

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