Cybercrime Investigation Training for Law Enforcement Staff

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - TAIPEI, Taiwan - May 20, 2016 - Transnational cybercrimes are rampant everywhere around the world due to rapid construction of ubiquitous broadband wireless telecom networks in most countries. Since there is great advanced progress in the fields of IT and telecommunication technologies in terms of hardware and software for the past ten years, people rely more and more on network and headend mobile device for linkage with outside world. There is bright side for the development of such telecom civilization in human history; there is also dark side with the indecent criminal plot by the mask of high tech cloak.

For updating frontend police officer with knowledge and skillset of latest cyber investigation, Decision Group cooperates with senior staff from IT department of Taiwan Central Police University and cyber investigators from Crime Investigation Bureau of Taiwan National Police Department, Ministry of Interior to provide a series of cybercrime investigation training programs.

In order to cover the complicated perspectives of cybercrime, this program can be divided into 3 layers:

1. Cybercrime investigation from the perspectives of real case study, legal prosecution process and practical skillset used in investigation

2. Cybercrime investigation from the nature of internet, traffic interception, data processing, intelligence analysis and valid criminal report with high admissibility

3. Practical training with useful and effective network forensic systems for data collection, analysis by link analysis and text mining

Normally the program is delivered totally within 14 working days. It can be also customized by the designated requirement of law enforcement agency and focus on one of the above topics by shorter period, say 3 to 5 days.

For the past 5 years, there were more than 100 police and intelligence officers from 18 countries of South Eastern Asia, Far East, Middle East, Africa and Latin America, who have taken this training program. Some of countries also send training delegation group year by year, and some even adopted this training program back as the standard one in the police on-job-training center of national police department.

“We hope this extensive cybercrime investigation program is really helpful for frontend police,” said Casper Chang, CEO of Decision Group, “and that’s why we also update our training material every year with latest technologies and skillset in order to keep up with the new modus operandi of cybercriminals.”

If you are police officer and interested in this program for your police squad or planning such training program, you may contact with us by decision@decision.com.tw. We will be glad to provide you more information and advices on cybercrime investigation training.

About Decision Group, Inc.

Decision Group is a company focused on worldwide renowned DPI application of E-Detective.  Decision Group, established in Taipei, Taiwan since 1986, is one of the leaders in manufacturing of PC-Based Multi-Port RS232/422/425 Serial Cards, Data Acquisition & Measurement Products and Industrial Automation and Control Systems.

Decision Group, in the year 2000, started a new line involved in designing and developing equipment and software for Internet Content Monitoring and Network Forensics Analysis Solutions. Now, Decision Group has positioned itself as a total-solution provider with a full-spectrum of products in its portfolio for network forensic and lawful interception.

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Source : DECISION GROUP INC. TAIPEI TAIWAN
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Decision Group Inc.

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