CEPOL launches CyberWise May webinar series in collaboration with ECTEG

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CEPOL launches CyberWise May webinar series in collaboration with ECTEG
07 May 2020

Cybercrime is one of the fastest evolving and expanding criminal areas in serious organised and transnational crime. As a highly demanded area, CEPOL is intensifying its efforts to provide effective trainings that develop the necessary knowledge and expertise in law enforcement authorities across Europe to address this challenge and to protect cyberspace from incidents, malicious activities and misuse by criminals.

With this purpose in mind, a CyberWise May webinar series has been launched this week, starting with an online training to introduce police investigators to the concept of digital currencies and the anatomy of cryptocurrency transactions. This webinar looked at the use of different methods for the examination of virtual transactions and showcased an open-source platform being used in cryptocurrency investigations.

Each upcoming webinar will focus on a different area of specialisation with the goal of enabling law enforcement officials to master the essentials of cybercrime and take their knowledge to the next level. Upcoming webinars shall cover the use of open source intelligence tools and visual link analysis​ for investigative purposes, methodologies for network traffic analysis, and advanced technologies used by criminals to erode the ability to be traced and surveyed.

The CyberWise May webinar series has been developed in collaboration with the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG), whose experts provide a first-hand knowledge about the latest trends in the field of cybercrime and cybersecurity.

Learn more about the webinars that are part of the CyberWise May series:


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