Europol activities would disrupt cybercriminals




Europol activities would disrupt cybercriminals

The police need to disrupt the activities of cyber criminals because persecution has little effect. This is suggested by Troels Oerting, head cybercrime at Europol, the European police organization. However, in what way exactly should be done, he said no. Troels Oerting, Europol “We need to prosecute cybercrime to disrupt cybercrime”, so said Oerting according to The Register at a conference in London. However, in what way exactly should happen, he did not say whether he thinks it would make sense if more information is shared. This could include the victims of cybercrime information have goals, think Oerting. “That’s the only way to catch the wolves.” What is certain is that the prosecution of cyber criminals according Oerting makes little sense. Between 75 and 80 percent of cyber crime is, according to him in Russian groups away. “Russia delivers them not, so the best we can hope for is that she continues Russia itself,” says Oerting. According Oerting cybercriminals are increasingly using anonymizing services like Tor to erase. Their footsteps “That makes them very difficult to trace,” said Oerting. According to the police’s cyber crime, which would assume grotesque forms a threat to the European economy.


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