Panel Discussion on Law Enforcement and Cybercriminals

Investigators from Interpol, the Dutch High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU), Germany’s Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), and the General Directorate for the Romanian Intelligence and Internal Protection (GDIIP) participated in a panel moderated by Threatpost editor Paul Roberts on the first day of the conference. The officials stressed that stagnant law, a lack of internal cooperation and advocates staunchly in favor of privacy frequently impede justice.

Investigators from Interpol, the Dutch High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU), Germany’s Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), and the General Directorate for the Romanian Intelligence and Internal Protection (GDIIP) participated in a panel moderated by Threatpost editor Paul Roberts on the first day of the conference. The officials stressed that stagnant law, a lack of internal cooperation and advocates staunchly in favor of privacy frequently impede justice.

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