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Secretary of Interpol, Jurgen Stock, talking about the fight against crime in the network, compared cyberspace to the street of red lanterns. For a more effective fight against cybercrime Interpol lacks close contact with the business, which often ignores attacks on its infrastructure, said Stock in the course of an international online training Cyber Polygon 2020.
According to the Secretary General of Interpol, before law enforcement reaches only 3-5 percent of cybercrime. The rest of incidents, the business said. Stock sees this as a problem, because in some cases if timely treatment companies to law enforcement bodies it was possible to prevent huge global incident.
Debating with the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Center for cybersecurity at the world economic forum (WEF) by Troels Oermingen, the Stock is offered to join forces with the WEF for more intimate interaction with the private sector. Interpol is interested in the exchange of information with the business on an ongoing basis and not sporadically, as is happening at present.
Cyber Polygon, in which a discussion was held of a Stock and Kertinge, organized by the Center for cybersecurity at the world economic forum and the Russian company BI.ZONE. In the outdoor area are the main international experts in Economics and information technology. They include former Prime Minister Tony Blair, the President of Sberbank German Gref, and also the first ICANN, Visa, IBM and other international organizations.
According to Deputy Chairman of Sberbank, Stanislav Kuznetsov, this year Cyber Polygon was special. For the first time in the history of the digital world in the framework of one event had worked out the interaction between the private sector, government organizations and law enforcement agencies, he said. “International collaboration is our weak spot in the fight against cybercriminals, and that its development, we must focus all efforts to defeat the global threat,” concluded Kuznetsov.
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