INTERPOL World 2017: Learn about identity management, cybercrime, safe cities & more. Register by 31 May for early bird rate
Shedding light on the “Dark side”– Cyberspace and the future of security. Managing cyber threats to society from the “hidden” Internet
Changes in technology, society and in the law make new crimes possible. Attitudes are changing too. The implications of these shifts are complex. This is clearly seen in the way law enforcement and businesses have had to adapt to deal with risks and opportunities presented by an ever-changing internet.
Prevention – Getting smarter, faster and more precise. Preparing strategies, approach and tactics for securing urban centers and global cities of the future.
Digital technologies today are compressing the reaction time of police all over the world. It has set the stage for technologies such as social media, analytics and mobile to become game-changing forces for policing in the future. While technology alone is not the answer, there is now a growing consensus that technology transformation must be part of the overall solution. To keep our cities and citizens safe, law enforcement must be armed with the right technology tools as well as the right processes, behaviour and culture to solve – or even prevent – the toughest crimes at faster rates.
Identity management and detection in a borderless world. Law enforcement, migration and border management in an age of globalization
While technology advancements have enabled immigration and law enforcement agencies to cope with an increasingly challenging operating reality, technology has also enabled those seeking to circumvent border controls through the use of false identities, counterfeit travel documents and more to pursue illegal immigration, transnational organised crimes and/or terrorism.