FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE:
FIRST CYBERPOL SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER (SOC) TO OPEN IN USA WITH PROTECTING TOMORROW
CYBERPOL, The International Cyber Policing Organization, with headquarters currently located in the United Kingdom, announces a strategic partnership with Protecting Tomorrow, a United States Cyber Protection Organization whose headquarters are established in San Diego, California.
In recent months, CYBERPOL received endorsements from major international players in the cyber security domain with involvement from both public and private sector organizations. In addition, CYBERPOL received support from law enforcement agencies active in the international cyber security landscape who have recognized the need for cross-border collaboration in support of the fight against global cyber crime.
The President of CYBERPOL, Mr. Ricardo Baretzky advised that the door is open for all countries to join CYBERPOL in this quest to make the internet a safer global environment for all.
The newly appointed Secretary General of CYBERPOL, Mr. Jay McGowan, informed media sources that CYBERPOL is on track to become a significant cyber crime information sharing capability, with requests to participate increasing as the CYBERPOL reputation and objectives become public.
The Chairman of Protecting Tomorrow, Mr. Rusty Sailors, stated that Protecting Tomorrow is strongly supportive of the expansion of CYBERPOL into the United States and welcomes the partnership. Through this partnership between Protecting Tomorrow and CYBERPOL, the team is on track to open the first international crime focused Security Operations Center (SOC) in the United States, in support of public and private sector activities. As a non-profit 501(c)3, Protecting Tomorrow is in a unique position to coordinate across a broad spectrum of public and private organizations facing cyber crime challenges across the United States and abroad.
“The need for cross border collaboration in the fight against the ever-growing risk and level of sophistication deployed by online adversaries requires a coordinated effort; CYBERPOL provides a vehicle to make this happen” Mike Loginov CEO Ascot Barclay Group.
The first international CYBERPOL Cyber Security Summit occurred in Brussels, Belgium on 17 and 18 Nov 2015. The event received much attention with dozens of officials from the international community. CYBERPOL continues to grow steadily with official representation across multiple countries; including the Unites States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Africa, Hungary, and Italy.
CYBERPOL has continuously demonstrated its effectiveness by sharing undisclosed critical vulnerabilities to appropriate partners and officials, and worked together to mitigate some of the most unique and complex cyber related threats the world faces today.
For further information please contact:
United States Cyber Protection Organization
The International Cyber Policing Organization
This Page is meant to give you public information on CYBERPOL International Organization, the Intellectual property Rights and its Statutes. This site is also to give you public alerts on cyber crime, emerging international cyber threats, and information relevant to research and response teams in your CSO domain.
The International Cyber Policing Organization abbreviated CYBERPOL, is an international organization utility not for profit recognized by Royal Decree no WL22/16.595 in Belgium approved on the 2 July 2015 as an International Utility not for profit facilitating the widest mutual international authoritative cooperation. It was first established as the International Cyber Security Organization (ICSO) in 2013 and adopted its telegraphic name CYBERPOL as its common name in 2013.The HQ ( Head Quarters) recently relocated to United Kingdom. CYBERPOL has grown exponentially and have now official representatives in 8 countries that Includes the Unites States, England, Denmark, Africa, Hungary and Italy. The Secretary General is the official USA representative responsible for the General Secretariat operational activities.
Art.3 of CYBERPOL Statutory Decree forbids the organization from undertaking any interventions or activities of a political, racial nature, religious, or military in nature.
The organization was founded by European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) and several members consisting of international authoritative enforcement and information services community.
NB: Please note that CYBERPOL does NOT investigate aggregated crime.
The official CYBERPOL website is www.cyberpol.info
Copy of Royal Decree can be seen here:
PUBLIC NOTICE No 0113505: CYBERPOL HQ ( Head Quarters) recently relocated to United Kingdom approved on the 22 July 2016 by the General Assembly and published in State Gazette Ref No 2016-08-10 / 0113505
PUBLIC NOTICE: CYBERPOLNEWS.COM first E-magazine went live on 1st August 2016 “First Addition” and can be viewed on www.cyberpolnews.com
PUBLIC NOTICE No 0128442: State Gazette Ref No 2015-09-09 / 0128442 CYBERPOL http://www.ejustice.just.fgov.be/tsv_pdf/2015/09/09/15128442.pdf
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