2018 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference
25 & 26 September - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
24 September - Welcome Reception and IIPCIC Pre-conference Workshop
Combatting the Global Crime Wave of Illicit Trade
This year’s Conference is co-hosted by INTERPOL and Dubai Police in partnership with the Ministry of Interior, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC) and the Emirates IP Association (EIPA). The conference will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai from 25 to 26 September 2018.
This is our 12th annual Conference and the event will feature a series of plenary and panel sessions as well as a number of workshops. The agenda will allocate time for one-to-one networking sessions where delegates can discuss operational matters, build working partnerships and connect with representatives from law enforcement agencies and other organizations.
The Conference agenda will allocate time for one-on-one networking sessions where delegates can discuss operational matters, build working partnerships and connect with representatives from law enforcement agencies and other organizations.
While the Conference was originally designed specifically for law enforcement personnel, it has developed into a great educational and networking tool for public and private sector organizations. It provides rights holders with an unsurpassed opportunity to meet and network with front-line operational law enforcement officers from a large number of countries representing a diverse cross-section of police, customs, prosecution and regulatory agencies.
The event hashtag will be #IPcrimeConference – join the conversation.
Registration is open!
IIPCIC Online Investigative Techniques Workshop
Monday, September 24, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Are you a brand protection professional looking to strengthen your investigative skills? Join this unique pre-conference workshop and learn how to use current open-source intelligence tools (OSINT) to conduct IP related online investigations. Attendees can expect to explore tried and true online investigative techniques to combat intellectual property infringement online. More information and registration details are available here.
Complimentory for conference attendees
Non-conference attendees fee: $250