European Commission Proposal for a European Cybercrime Centre

On the 28 of March 2012, the European Commission proposed the establishment of a European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) under the auspices of Europol. This Centre would be the Union’s key instrument in the fight against cybercrime. Concretely, the EC3 would – among other things – pool expertise and training efforts, as well as provide intelligence on demand to criminal investigators. More information on the conception of this European Cybercrime Centre can be found on the website of Europol, as well as on the Newsroom webpage of the DG Home Affairs. For the official press release, please click here. For the final report on the feasibility of a European Cybercrime Centre, please click here.
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