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Fight against Rampant Cybercrimes with LEAs Worldwide

Decision Group’s Endeavor for Better Cyber World Tomorrow, forever and ever

 
PRLog - Aug. 1, 2014 - TAIPEI, Taiwan -- New type of cybercrime is emerging all the times every day, and lots of victims suffer the versatile loss of finance, property, fame, trust and lives. Traditionally, cybercrime is classified by Interpol as 3 types: computer infringement, finance and abuse. Now we find out that the diversity and scale of cybercrime is also changing along with more and more advanced technology. Target victims may not be of individual or corporate. Under more complicated global political, economic and religious environment, the victim can be of state governments, NGOs, news media…etc.

On the other hand, cyber criminals used to be in small group only working within single state. Now they are professional criminals active in different states and regions with ICT technology, global finance and legal systems, public psychology, multiple languages and different social background. If you look at current cyber fraud criminals arrested for the past 3 years in Far East area, you will be surprised at such VoIP phishing cybercrimes rampant in Taiwan, China, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines…etc.

Among these cybercriminals, some of them are Chinese, Korean, Filipinos, Malaysian and Thai with good knowledge of ICT technology, state law and banking procedure. They can easily get the confidence from victims, who transferred large sum of money from their own banking accounts into criminal dummy accounts, and they can also work complicated money laundry operations through several countries in order to escape from police monitoring. It is estimated that finance loss from those victims in Far East region was 2.7 billion US dollar in 2013, and the trend is still going up overall. Now trustful relation among people in these societies is seriously impact by such cybercrimes.

Though there are several international cooperation activities promoted by Interpol Cybercrime Center based in Singapore, there is still existed some difficulty among those countries in the region. The major difficulties are of different legal systems, cybercrime awareness of LEA officials, and anti-cybercrime readiness in these countries.

Decision Group, as a powerful lawful Interception solution and service provider in this region, will like to provide an active role to help all LEAs in different countries to build up and strengthen their capability against emerging global cybercrimes.

“We know that we have inevitable responsibility to develop more advanced network forensic weapons for cyber police in all over the world,” said Casper Kan Chang, CEO of Decision Group “and we will keep on doing this for protection of those innocent cybercrime victims.” Since 2010, Decision Group has cooperated with National Taiwan Central Police University, Taiwan CIB to provide cybercrime investigation training program to LEA staff from several states. The purpose is not only delivering cybercrime investigation knowledge and skill, but it is also to establish the cooperation ties among cyber police of different countries to prevent transnational cybercrimes from spreading cross border.

Decision Group also provides consulting service on deployment of lawful interception systems based on state telecom network condition and LI mandates. In some of ASEAN, Latin America, Middle East and Africa (MEA) countries, you may see our service engineers actively working to enhance anti-cybercrime capability of LEA.

The most important point is that 45 senior engineers in Decision Group R&D lab are working day and night on more advanced network forensic systems against those cybercriminals with better cyber tools. At this moment, Decision Group provides full spectrum of network forensic systems working on LAN, WiFi, GPRS, IMS, LTE, WiMAX and circuit switch network environment.

For sales/marketing side, Decision Group positions itself as solution provider, so we need partners in different area to work with us. We also provides full scale of training programs in terms of marketing, technical service and consulting service to our valuable partners all over the world by free of charge. With the support of these partners, Decision Group can provide the best customer service directly to our clients. If you are interested in being our partner, please send your email to decision@decision.com.tw or check out our website: http://www.edecision4u.com for partner registration. We will be glad to contact with you and develop joint marketing plan with you in your target market.

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.

More Information and Contact by Email: decision@decision.com.tw
URL: www.edecision4u.com (Global), www.internet-recordor.com.tw (Taiwan), www.god-eyes.cn (China), www.decisionjapan.com (Japan) ,
www.e-detective.de (Germany), www.edecision4u.fr (France), www.edecision4u.es (Spain and Latin America)

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Industry:Internet, Security
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