SINGAPORE, 8 July – After the media Round Table to inform about INTERPOL World, our Dark Web research is quoted by:
- Singapore Straits Times: Singapore not safe from cybercrime: Expert
- TODAY online: Lack of security features in design of tech
OSLO, Norway – A private Darknet network and simulated marketplace replicating the virtual criminal underground environment is being used by Nordic law enforcement officers to assist their investigations.
Some 20 participants from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are … Continue reading
SINGAPORE – INTERPOL and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) have signed an agreement to further enhance and extend their collaboration in combating cybercrime.
Combining INTERPOL’s reach throughout the global law enforcement community with TNO’s research and … Continue reading
Singapore, 10 March 2017 – At Lattice80, Rolf van Wegberg MSc, addressed innovative technologies as cryptocurrencies, blockchain and financial malware, its potential fraud opportunities and the resulting risks and rules.
In the keynote, Rolf stressed the Dutch approach to … Continue reading
Utrecht, 13 December 2016 – With the increasing use of anonymization technologies as Tor and Bitcoin the number of court cases involving Dark Web facilitated crime is increasing as well. Given the complexity of the technologies, combined with criminals operating … Continue reading
Singapore, 24th November 2016 – Prime Minister of The Netherlands Mark Rutte visited Singapore as part of a trade mission to South East Asia. The Singaporean visit included a Business Round Table where specific partnerships between Singapore and The Netherlands … Continue reading
Singapore, 27th September 2016 – The fact that Blockchain Technology can disrupt existing applications and technologies, seems to be evident. Bitcoin was the first and is still most prominent blockchain application currently followed by Ethereum. Many FinTech, Start-ups and Industries … Continue reading
Keynote speech by Rolf van Wegberg at European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (#EISIC) 2016, August 17-19, Uppsala, Sweden, The Premier European Conference on Counterterrorism and Criminology.