Fighting IP Crime through Innovation and Cooperation
This year’s Conference is co-hosted by INTERPOL and the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation, South African Police Service, in partnership with (UL) Underwriters Laboratories and the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC). The conference is will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 22 to 23 October 2019.
This is our 13th 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 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.
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We look forward to seeing you in Cape Town!
Cryptocurrency: An Introduction to the Future of the Criminal Mind
Monday October 21st at the Cape Town IP Crime Conference
(Complimentary for delegates, up to 80 spots)
Cryptocurrency is attracting the attention of the criminal mind. With the evolution of technology, digital assets providing anonymity are gaining popularity amongst criminals and illegal organizations. The International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC) is proud to deliver its newest workshop: “An Introduction to the Future of the Criminal Mind", on October 21st at the Cape Town IP Crime Conference.
In a free of charge workshop for conference delegates, a four-hour instructor-led training event will provide the attendee with an introduction to this innovative new world of digital assets and their anonymity. Discussions and training will provide an understanding of cryptocurrency and related crime, problems and challenges faced by law enforcement agencies, and strategies for officers in combating criminal activity within this new technological world.
Please register via the conference registration website. Space is limited to 80 participants so register now!