Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
Multilateral cooperation was built between INTERPOL, United States, Kenya, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, and India on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 in Rektorat Building, Parahyangan Catholic University. The cooperation then resulted in the signing of multilateral memorandum of understanding regarding the cooperation in combating cybercrime activities on the basis of capacity building in a form of law enforcement personnel joint training and mutual assistance.
By signing the agreement, all the involved parties shall exchange information on digital forensics and malware analysis, as well as other analytical information related to cybersecurity, designate and maintain the appropriate points of contact to develop and coordinate communication between parties, promote capacity building through mutual assistance and participation to training sessions and conferences wherever possible. To achieve the objectives of this agreement, all parties shall also start a joint training of law enforcement personnel.
The agreement between all parties is expected to strengthen the cooperation between them on the basis of mutual assistance of capacity building in order to enhance capabilities and effectiveness to combat cyber related crimes.