APNIC recently participated at INTERPOL’s 3rd Eurasian Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units, held in Xiamen, China, 23-25 September 2015.
Read what Craig Ng article on challenges in the fight against cybercrime, which were discussed at the event
Some 100 participants from 27 member countries, eight private sector companies and Europol attended the meeting co-hosted by the Ministry of Public Security of China.
This is the second time APNIC have been invited to attend the meeting, joining heads of law enforcement units from Europe, Asia and Oceania, as well as other key Internet partners to discuss trends in cybercrime and work towards developing a coordinated law enforcement response.
- Craig Ng, APNIC’s General Counsel presented on how APNIC works with various LEAs to help them better understand how the Internet registry system operates and what useful publicly available information can be found in the APNIC Whois Database.
- Craig also encouraged the law enforcement community to participate in APNIC’s policy development process, to make sure the voices campaigning for a safer and secure Internet are heard and addressed.
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