European cybercrime centre

European cybercrime centre

(ec3) opening of the european cybercrime centre at europol

The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) was established by Europol in 2013 to improve the EU’s law enforcement response to cybercrime and thus help protect European citizens, companies, and governments from online crime. EC3 has made a substantial contribution to the fight against cybercrime since its inception: it has been involved in tens of high-profile operations and hundreds of on-the-spot operational-support deployments, resulting in hundreds of arrests, and it has analyzed hundreds of thousands of files, the vast majority of which have proved to be malicious.

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Rui Carvalho, EAST’s Development Director, will represent EAST at Europol’s Advisory Group on Financial Services, which advises the European Cybercrime Centre’s Programme Board (EC3). The advisory group’s mission in the fight against cybercrime on a cross-border basis is to:
“I am pleased that EAST will assist Europol in the Advisory Group on Financial Services, a further expansion of our strategic partnership,” said EAST Executive Director Lachlan Gunn. In addition to our regular National Member and Expert Group meetings, EAST has assisted Europol at five strategic payment card fraud meetings in Asia since 2015, the most recent of which was in May in Vietnam, as well as related meetings in The Hague and Colombia. We’ve also given presentations at three Europol Payment Card Fraud Forensics Trainings, the most recent of which was in June at the Spanish National Police Academy.”
On the 7th of June 2017, the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) hosted the 42nd Meeting of EAST National Representatives at Europol.
26 countries offered national crime alerts, with HSBC providing a global update.

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The European Commission-funded “Falcone” project JAI/2001/Falcone/127 – ‘Education: Cybercrime Investigation – Creating a Forum for the Future’ proposed the development of a suite of introductory, intermediate, and advanced Cybercrime Investigator training courses throughout Europe.
The working group’s key objective is to exchange expertise and information in order to improve the coordination of cybercrime training by finding ways to increase countries’ capacity to fight cybercrime by creating and implementing a comprehensive and long-lasting training program.

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The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3 or EC3) is a branch of the European Union’s Police Office (Europol), based in The Hague, that coordinates cross-border law enforcement efforts against computer crime and serves as a technical resource center.

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European cybercrime centre (ec3)

Troels Oerting [de],[2][7], the former head of Danish domestic intelligence, was the department’s first director. He left Interpol in January 2015 to become Barclays’ Chief Intelligence Security Officer.
The European Union Intelligence and Situation Centre (INTCEN), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDCP), the World Customs Organization (WCO), the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (EBCG, also known as Frontex), and the European Anti-fraud Office (EAO) are all partners with EC3 (OLAF).
When asked about widespread identity fraud discovered by the German Federal Office for Information Security, the then-head of the EC3, Troels Oerting, said his unit was not responsible for combating “politically motivated hacking and/or espionage against EU institutions” at a press conference on February 10, 2014.

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