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The roles of Interpol and NEC in fighting cybercrime

Zafirah Salim | June 6, 2014
Interpol and Japan-based NEC speak on behalf of the Internet security industry and private sector, respectively, and discuss their roles in combating cybercrime.

As such, NEC has carried out several activities such as proof of concept (POC) and training workshops across South East Asia, Middle East, Africa, Japan and Singapore to promote awareness to its customers and potential partners. Its most recent workshop was held in Rwanda last year, and NEC is looking forward to holding another one in Saudi Arabia in the near future, said Quek.

Rounding up these five points, Quek stressed that prevention is better than cure. “We cannot just depend on law enforcement agencies to solve cyber crimes when it happen. If everyone takes care of their own cyber security, cyber crimes can be better contained,” he said.

 

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