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Report On National Online Cybercrime and Online Threats Reporting Centres

Wout de Natris

Today I released a report on 'National cyber crime and online threats reporting centres. A study into national and international cooperation'. Mitigating online threats and the subsequent enforcing of violations of laws often involves many different organisations and countries. Many countries are presently engaged in erecting national centres aimed at reporting cyber crime, spam or botnet mitigation.

This study looks at the level in which national entities from 13 European countries gather, analyse and share (actionable) data or intelligence, participate in the national centres (to be) and cooperate at the national and international level.

The report provides conclusions and gives valuable recommendations provided by the participants to the study. You find a link to the report below.

Best wishes,

Wout de Natris

By Wout de Natris, Consultant international cooperation cyber crime + trainer spam enforcement. More blog posts from Wout de Natris can also be read here.

Related topics: Cyberattack, Cybercrime, Email, Internet Governance, Law, Malware, Policy & Regulation, Privacy, Security, Spam

 
   
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Comments

An excellent survey, Wout Suresh Ramasubramanian  –  Sep 17, 2012 6:58 PM PST

I wish it had a more comprehensive set of responses (you can't have too less responses) but what you do have there is pure gold

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