Author archive for NetClean

  • Nov282017

    The NetClean Report 2017 – Eight important insights into child sexual abuse crime

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  • Nov132017

    Record breaking interest for #Skillnadpåriktigt

    250 people attended #skillnadpåriktigt on 5 October to listen to presentations from both Swedish and international…

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  • Nov092017

    Welcome to our new Customer Portal

    To coincide with the release of 17.2 and our new look we are launching a new Customer Portal…

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  • Nov092017

    Continued focus on user experience design

    Anna Weiss, our new UX designer joined NetClean in August. She is a great addition to our team and her focus will…

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  • Nov072017

    New release: Improved appearance and functionality

    The latest version of NetClean ProActive, 17.2, contains many improvements that are not immediately visible to the eye…

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  • Oct122017

    We are excited to reveal NetClean’s new look

    NetClean’s new look includes updated colors, new image style and partial new imagery. A big change is also the updated…

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  • Sep262017

    Police officers are becoming better equipped to handle child sexual abuse investigations

    In the NetClean Report 2016, 91.8 per cent of police officers surveyed said that they feel better prepared to handle child sexual abuse investigations this year, compared to the previous year.

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  • Sep212017

    Child sexual abuse material is a security issue

    In 2012 the Swedish Transport Administration made the decision to install NetClean ProActive to ensure that nobody…

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  • Sep132017

    Darknet or the open web – where is child sexual abuse material shared?

    When asked the question ‘which methods are most commonly used to share and distribute child sexual abuse material?’ ninety per cent of the police officers who responded to the survey that formed the NetClean Report 2016, answered P2P/file sharing. File sharing was followed by darknet/TOR, social media, cloud based services and instant messaging.

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  • Sep072017

    Hear Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre

    Europol’s Head of European Cybercrime Centre, Steven Wilson, at #skillnadpåriktigt, October 5 2017 in Stockholm…

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