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BPFI input to Europol’s cybercrime survey

BPFI has contributed to the Europols EC3 fifth Internet Organised Crime Assessment (IOCTA) due to be published in September.

The 2019 report will focus on the threats, trends and developments in the area of cybercrime as observed by European law enforcement and key stakeholders/partners.

Key to the success of this document is the invaluable input Europol receives from the banking sector across Europe, which will includes the input from Ireland provided by BPFI.

The IOCTA report is Europol’s premier strategic publication and provides a unique and comprehensive insight into cybercrime within Europe and the EU, going beyond generic information and offering detailed information on specific cyber threats.

If you would like further information on this item please contact Keith Gross, Head of Financial Crime and Security at keith.gross@bpfi.ie

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