With the evolution of technology, digital assets providing anonymity are gaining popularity amongst criminals and illegal organizations. Our workshop: "An Introduction to the Future of the Criminal Mind" delivered at the 13th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, provided attendees with an introduction to the innovative environment of digital assets and their anonymity.
Discussions between attendees and trainers highlighted problems and challenges faced by law enforcement agencies when handling cryptocurrency-related crimes; thereby shedding light on cutting-edge strategies for officers dealing with this type of criminal activity within our constantly changing world.
Police training directors and senior representatives from 30 countries across Africa attended the first African Regional Training Workshop delivered by INTERPOL and IIPCIC at the 13th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.
This workshop sought to ensure that law enforcement officers on the frontlines and in remote locations have access to IP training. Delegates also made recommendations for leveraging technology to strengthen the capacity of law enforcement officers to tackle IP crime on a regional and global level.