INTERPOL launched the INTERPOL Stop Online Piracy (I-SOP) Project in response to the sharp rise in digital piracy crimes prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns.
In collaboration with the Republic of Korea’s National Police and Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, INTERPOL is implementing this five-year project supporting enforcement actions, capacity building, research, and public awareness of online piracy and intellectual property crimes, such as trademark counterfeiting, copyright piracy and the online marketplaces used. Learn more about Project I-SOP.
IIPCIC is proud to be part of the I-SOP Project and to deliver a number of capacity building initiatives such as webinars.
These webinars are delivered within the framework of the INTERPOL Stop Online Piracy (I-SOP) Project and are available to all IIPCIC learners.
This webinar aims to provide investigators worldwide with the latest criminal trends in the digital piracy landscape, and to share best practices for tackling digital piracy through investigation, prevention, and disruption.
This webinar provides frontline investigators and daily practitioners with the essential knowledge and best practices for responding to digital piracy, and sheds light on financial tracking and online asset seizure.
This webinar provides practical insights into the technical aspects of digital piracy investigations, with experts from academia, the public and private sectors, covering topics on IPFS, investigative support, technical analysis, and public alert systems.