On 21 November 2017, Cisco and INTERPOL announced an agreement to share threat intelligence as the first step in jointly fighting cybercrime. In this podcast, I talk about the significance of this global agreement signed out of Singapore and how Cisco’s level of security expertise will help law enforcement in INTERPOL’S 192 member countries combat cybercrime.
Given the borderless nature of cybercrime, it’s never been more important for coordinated teamwork across the research community, private enterprises, and governments to face increasingly sophisticated attacks against private and public organizations.
In my role as President of Cisco, Southeast Asia, I speak with Robb Boyd of TechWiseTV about the state of cybersecurity in this diverse region. Organizations around the world face similar challenges, and they can tackle cybercrime through cybersecurity training and skills development.
Download the episode on SoundCloud or listen here now. I invite you to post your questions or feedback to the comments section below.
Naveen, it was an honor to talk to you about this project and the example that you and your team are driving for the industry with agreements like these.
Great post and podcast Naveen. I look forward to hearing more about our collaboration with Interpol to battle cybercrime.
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