Microsoft to set up Network of Cybercrime Investigation Centres of Excellence

Microsoft academia and law enforcement organizations have proposed that the European Commission support an initiative to establish a network of university Centres of Excellence to train law enforcement agencies on cybercrime investigation techniques. Speaking at the Council of Europe Octopus Interface 2009 conference, Tim Cranton, associate general counsel of Worldwide Internet Safety Programs at Microsoft, announced […]

Microsoft academia and law enforcement organizations have proposed that the European Commission support an initiative to establish a network of university Centres of Excellence to train law enforcement agencies on cybercrime investigation techniques. Speaking at the Council of Europe Octopus Interface 2009 conference, Tim Cranton, associate general counsel of Worldwide Internet Safety Programs at Microsoft, announced a study produced with the support of Interpol and Europol that calls for the creation of the Cybercrime Centres of Excellence Network for Training, Research and Education (2CENTRE).

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