Hear Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre

Hear Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre
7 September, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/09/07

Hear Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centret

Europol’s Head of European Cybercrime Centre, Steven Wilson, at #skillnadpåriktigt, October 5 2017 in Stockholm. Europol set up the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) in 2013 to strengthen the law enforcement response to cybercrime in the EU.

Steven Wilson will talk about the EC3 role and a number of the successful efforts that EC3 work with, from the “Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce” to “Trace and Object”, where the public is being asked to help identify images.

#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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