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Webinar 2/2021: OSINT tools for cyber-investigations

13 May 2021

The aim of this webinar is to improve performance of law enforcement officers by presenting useful open source intelligence (OSINT) techniques and tools for cyber-investigations.

At the end of the webinar the participant will be able to:

  • Use IT solutions for preparing the environment for cyber-investigations;
  • Analyse websites, emails and social media with different OSINT techniques and tools;
  • Analyse the dark web with OSINT techniques and tools.

EUROMED Police project builds capacity to tackle cybercrime in the EU Southern Neighbourhood

08 April 2022

In the framework of the EUROMED Police Project, 20 law enforcement officials from Israel, Jordan, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Tunisia and AFRIPOL took part in a course on Cybercrime investigations. The training was the first regional activity of the project involving countries from across the North Africa and Middle East region.

The activity, which was held between 21-25 March at the premises of the CEPOL Cybercrime Academy in Budapest, Hungary, was organised in close cooperation with the International Training Centre of the Hungarian National Police.

Cybercrime is...


Albanian police officers enhance their knowledge on online investigations with CEPOL training course

22 December 2021

Within the frame of the Partnership against Crime and Terrorism project in the Western Balkans, CEPOL delivered a training course on online investigations, open-source intelligence and the dark web to Albanian law enforcement authorities. The five-day long activity took place in Tirana this December.

Overall, 30 law enforcement officials increased their knowledge on the collection, evaluation, analysis and distribution of information from online sources to tackle organised crime. Furthermore, the course helped the participants to be acquainted with new tools and best practices in...



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