Attorney General Robert McClalland has opened a new intelligence analysis centre in Canberra targeting organised crime backed by more than a billion dollars in information technology assets.
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Europe’s fight against cybercrime has a new home: the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) will officially open its doors on January 11, at the European Police Office, Europol in the Hague (Netherlands) — although the Centre’s staff commenced activities on January 1.
The founder of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre, Alastair MacGibbon, and Australian Federal Police agent and high tech security expert Nigel Phair have teamed up to run a workshop exploring the security challenges associated with enterprise adventures with Web 2.0.
In 2007, Colin Drane wanted to know more about the crime that was happening in his Baltimore neighborhood. Utilizing the momentum of the open government movement, he founded SpotCrime, a public facing crime mapping and email alert website that collects public crime data from police agencies around the world. Today, SpotCrime is even more than that.
Police in Roswell, NM are now using 3D scanners to virtually map crime scenes, allowing investigators, jurors, judges, and lawyers to inspect the environment from any angle with a 3D, panoramic image.
The Roswell Police Department is just one of many police departments currently using Faro Technology‘s 3D imaging hardware to analyze crime scenes.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: TechnologyMacquarie Telecom will add a third data centre in Canberra to the two it currently operates in Sydney. data centre will open in the middle of 2013.