INTERPOL Cyber Research Agenda 2015

The Interpol Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) jointly organised a workshop comprising participants from law enforcement, academia, private sector and public policy making bodies to establish the international cyber research agenda for law enforcement.

 

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Method

An equal number of participants from law enforcement, academia, private sector and public policy making bodies of different countries were invited to discuss the cyber focussed research needs of law enforcement. The participants worked in small groups with the help of a facilitator. As a structuring tool, each group was suggested to consider the stages before a cyber related incident, during and after a malicious cyber incident. The results of the discussions from the small groups were categorised in themes to help frame individual research ideas. These themes were then prioritised and outlined in this first report.

 

Mark van Staalduinen

Author: Mark van Staalduinen

Innovation manager at TNO

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