Urgent global response needed for “insidious” cybercrime – Interpol

SINGAPORE – New types of cybercrime are emerging all the time. Manipulative and well-organized cybercriminals are exploiting digital technologies to tailor their attacks and target weaknesses in online systems, networks and infrastructures. The complex and borderless nature of cybercrime is compounded by the involvement of transnational organized crime groups, underlining the need to mount an urgent, coordinated, and global response. In the face of this evolving threat landscape, and the need for greater global connectivity, leaders from law enforcement, the private sector, international organizations and academia are meeting at INTERPOL’s Global Cybercrime Conference (15 – 17 October) in Singapore.

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