Global police must partner up to prevent a ransomware crisis - here's how

Law enforcement agencies across the world are working together to raise awareness of cybersecurity and investigate online crime; this collaboration must continue. Image: Unsplash / @wasdrew

Wookyung Jung

Cyber Policy Analyst, International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

Sean Doyle

Lead, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum


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Wookyung Jung, INTERPOL & Seán Doyle, World Economic Forum
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INTERPOL's most recent global public awareness campaign on cybercrime warns individuals against opening suspicious attachments. Image: Just One Click, INTERPOL

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