Canadian Police speak at #skillnadpåriktigt

Canadian Police speak at #skillnadpåriktigt
6 September, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/09/06

Canadian Police speak at #skillnadpåriktigt

Canada is one of the countries at the forefront of tackling child sexual exploitation material, and Sgt Arnold Guerin from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is one of the most prominent law enforcement professionals in this field.

He will talk about Canada’s approach to CSEM intelligence and reporting, as well as innovative and successful collaboration between law enforcement and social networks, private industry, NGO’s and police across borders. Hear about mandatory reporting, machine learning, global alerts systems and international sharing of hash databases.

#skillnadpåriktigt is a half-day conference, which has proven to be a well-attended and successful event. The conference will take place for the third year running this Autumn, and we are pleased to announce that it will feature speakers from Europol, the Canadian Police and others. The key focus of the conference will be to find ways to fight child sexual abuse today, and looking at solutions for the future.

Book to attend the conference here: www.skillnadpariktigt.se/anmalan

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