Successful Cybercrime Investigation Training for African Delegation Group by Decision Group Inc. and

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July 22, 2014 - PRLog -- In order to crash more and more fast growing cyber threats on Internet, National Police Agency of an African state sent a delegation group with 5 cybercrime investigators for cybercrime investigation training program held by Decision Group Inc. and National Taiwan Central Police University in Taipei, Taiwan from 7 to 11 July, 2014.

Crimes on Internet are versatile and keep on growing every year by different type of cyber fraud, phishing, identity stealing, blackmail and defamation…etc. On the other hand, cyber rumors and terrorism impact national security and social order more seriously than before. In order to prevent such crimes, law enforcement agency needs to implement a complete system from effective lawful intercept system for circuit and digital telecom networks, more data analysis adoption and entire set of criminal database, lawful interception law and cybercriminal code system, regular employee training by long-term development programs with the goal of anti-cybercrime.

The Training Delegation Group took five-day cybercrime Investigation and forensic training program in Decision Training center in Taipei. During this period, they received the lectures of e-evidence admissibility and preparation, concept of ISO 27037, data analysis for cybercrime investigation, nature and pattern of cybercrime case, network and IT systems used by cybercriminal from professors of National Taiwan Central Police University and senior cyber police in Taiwan CIB. In the meantime, Decision Group also delivered practical training on planning and operation of lawful interception equipment and data collection.

It was a successful training program and full of communication and interaction between all trainees and instructors for the entire training session. It also means that trainees cannot only learn lots of advanced cybercrime investigation skill from those senior cyber police, but both sides of Taiwan police and trainee can also build up a close tie to fight against trans-national cybercrimes together in the future.

Decision Group Inc., as a long-term partner with National Taiwan Central Police University, devotes itself in development of network forensic technology, cyber security protection and Lawful Interception for more than 14 years, and also has a great deal of experience in lawful interception operation and planning. Since 2000, Decision Group has provided consulting service, seminars and training on network monitoring, digital evidence collection, data retention and archiving, and data analysis for government agencies, institutes, and private enterprises.

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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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