CYBERPOL Welcomes New Members.

Ret. Director of INTERPOL Israel Police Mr. Asher Ben Artzi

CYBERPOL welcomes new members to the CYBERPOL Private Eyes membership program. In recent days former Ret. Directorate of INTERPOL for Israel and Ret. Chief Superintendent Israel Police. Mr Asher Ben Artzi joined the CYBERPOL organization in the fight against online cyber crime. Among those that are new to CYBERPOL Private Eyes Members are Mr. Simon Pace, a former NATO official and Giuseppe Lucci, NATO SIGINT command.

CYBERPOL Private Eyes now extends to Asia with its first members from the private detective community and police force from Hong Kong. It is expected that CYBERPOL Private Eyes will have representatives in at least 130 countries by end of 2020.

President Ricardo Baretzky said: “We welcome all the new members who supports the ongoing efforts of CYBERPOL organization. We are working closely to broaden CYBERPOL public relations with all governments despite these difficult times humanity is face. Cyber crimes have risen by 75% since February 2020 and there is no end in sight. At the same time we send our condolences to all the victims of Coronavirus and their families and urge public to be cautious and become cyber crime resistant during these difficult times “

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