“In the fight against hackers in a rising tide of cybercrime, we need every advantage we can get. Learn about new class of hero emerging, and the tools and weapons they are wielding to take on the challenges of cybersecurity in the documentary Dark Web: Fighting Cybercrime on the Science Channel.” IBM Security (2019).
Mr Philip Ingram MBE sat down for a chat with Dr Mary Aiken, Cyberpsychologist and academic advisor, Europol’s European Cyber Centre (EC3) where she shared with us more about cyber psychology.
“Srini Sampalli is a Professor and 3M National Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Computer Science, Dalhousie University, and brings with him more than 20 years of teaching and research experience in computer science, with specialization in cyber security and cyber technologies. How do hackers launch cyber attacks? What are the best defense mechanisms against
The EU Cybersecurity Act enters into force on 27.06.2019. It grants a permanent mandate to ENISA, the EU´s agency for cyber security, in addition to more resources and new tasks. In particular, ENISA has a key role in setting up and maintaining the European cybersecurity certification framework by preparing the technical ground for specific certification
Since 2017 the US cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks is a member of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre’s (EC3) Internet Security Industry Advisory Group. Through this forum the company was in regular meetings with Europol investigators to discuss security challenges related to cybercrime trends and shared insight on tackling them. Those involved in the advisory group
“Wil Van Gemert, Europol’s deputy director general who leads the organization’s operations directorate, discusses terrorism, organized and cyber crime trends with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the EU’s annual defense and security conference in Washington, sponsored by the EU and Foreign Policy.”
Set up by Europol in 2013 the EC3 is the European Cybercrime Center. It´s Advisory Groups exist to strengthen law enforcement cooperation with the private sector and to bolster the European Union’s ability to fight cybercrime.
“Serious and organised crime has been evolving over the last 20 years in terms of the number of criminal organisations, modus operandi, use of technology, and organised crime’s ability to infiltrate infrastructures, public sector and exploit legislative loopholes. This is one of the conclusions made at the 2019 European Police Chiefs Convention (EPCC). Over the