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Big Tech’s Relationship with Law Enforcement

Big Tech’s Relationship with Law Enforcement

Posted: Thursday - 10.28.2021 @ 7:20pm

The relationship between big tech and policing relationship can be a double-edged sword: while the information gathered and stored by big tech companies is invaluable to law enforcement, it also opens up new questions and concerns about privacy and security.

Catch Me If You Can: 3 Ways Cybercrime is Challenging Modern Policing

Catch Me If You Can: 3 Ways Cybercrime is Challenging Modern Policing

Posted: Monday - 4.26.2021 @ 9:04am

Rapidly evolving cybercrime techniques pose an increasingly critical obstacle to policing around the world. In this blog article, we identify the three most important challenges faced by law enforcement when investigating and cracking down on cybercrime.

How cybercriminals are taking advantage of COVID-19

How cybercriminals are taking advantage of COVID-19

Posted: Friday - 4.3.2020 @ 5:26pm

Over the last few months, opportunists have been trying to make money from the pandemic by either sending ´phishing´ emails, hacking or selling counterfeit goods.

Artificial Intelligence Helping Law Enforcement: 3 Current Uses in Everyday Global Policing

Artificial Intelligence Helping Law Enforcement: 3 Current Uses in Everyday Global Policing

Posted: Thursday - 3.5.2020 @ 1:38pm

Here’s how these three uses of AI have helped police departments to fight crime in cities across the world...

Remembering 5 Law Enforcement Heroes of 9/11

Remembering 5 Law Enforcement Heroes of 9/11

Posted: Wednesday - 9.11.2019 @ 7:04pm

Whilst unfortunately we cannot list every fallen hero here today, we would like to remember three law enforcement heroes in tribute to all who sacrificed their lives to serve others.

How AI is Assisting Police with Non-Violent Crime (Lessons from Dubai, Japan & Spain)

How AI is Assisting Police with Non-Violent Crime (Lessons from Dubai, Japan & Spain)

Posted: Friday - 8.30.2019 @ 5:14pm

Crimes are not always violent, but that doesn't mean they do not harm. In fact, the FBI estimates that white-collar crime costs the US economy more than $300bn per year and can have serious impact on people's lives.