NTT Security partners with Europol

NTT Security has signed an MoU with Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) whereby the two parties exchange strategic threat intelligence as well as information relating to cyber security trends and industry best practice.

As part of the agreement, NTT Security will support EC3’s goal of strengthening the law enforcement response to cyber crime, and will provide input to the annual Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA), Europol’s flagship strategic report on the emerging threats and developments in cyber crime.

On the signing of the MoU, head of Europol's EC3, Steven Wilson, said: “As criminals increasingly threaten citizens’ and businesses’ digital lives, it is vital for the law enforcement community to work closely with the global industry players to create a safe environment on the internet. We are honoured to collaborate with one of the top global telecommunication players to fight cyber crime. I am confident that the high-level of technical expertise that NTT Security will bring will result in a significant benefit to our work. Working co-operation of this type between Europol and industry is the most effective way in which we can hope to secure cyberspace for European citizens and businesses.”

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