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Police forces are working with the Home Office, the National Crime Agency, the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, Europol and car manufacturers to design-out crime and disrupt these
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Sep 26 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Europol. You'll find 52 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. The 4 people who have been quoted more about Europol are: Amber Rudd, Wil van Gemert, Mary Aiken and Erin Marie Saltman. Amber Rudd specifically said: “We're not able to tell you who is behind that attack. That work is still ongoing. I would expect [the health system] trusts to learn from this and to make sure that they do upgrade.”.
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Cedric Pernet

We are facing cyber criminals who getting more and more aware of how they can be tracked, and how law enforcement can catch them. All the revelations from Edward Snowden for example raised the global paranoïa level for a lot of these cyber criminals. They have never used so much encryption, be it for e-mail or for instant messaging. At the same time, the marketplaces become more stealthy and easier to use once you're in. It only takes a few clicks inside a marketplace to buy an illegal good or service, just like you would shop on Amazon for

Philipp Amann - European Cybercrime Centre

For us it's the industrialisation of cybercrime, they are run like a business now. It's basically all the tools and services you need to commit cybercrime are available online and this lowers the entry barrier to commit crime online. You have some marketplaces, similar to Amazon, a crowd-sourcing functionality where people can rate sellers. If you look at drugs that might give you a fairly good idea of the quality of the product and the success rate of the delivery. I wouldn't not say it is as easy as buying a book. But I would agree it's becoming more user-friendly and easier to

Theresa May

No. It was clear warnings were given to hospital trusts but this is not something that focused on attacking the NHS here on the UK. Europol say there are 200,000 victims across the world. Cyber security is an issue that we need to address. That's why the Government, when we came into Government in 2010, put money into cyber security. It's why we are putting £2 billion into cyber security over the coming years and, of course, created the National Cyber Security Centre. We take cyber security

Paul Lipman - BullGuard

This was a completely preventable attack – to the extent that organizations have comprehensive patching systems in place. However, life is never that simple. This just goes to show that even the largest, most resource-rich enterprises can be brought low by something as simple as a skipped

Michael Fallon

The NHS was not particularly targeted. There were the same attacks applied to Nissan on Friday and in other areas of the economy and indeed around the world. But let me just assure you, we are spending money on strengthening the cyber defence of our hospital

Avi Rubin

If no one ever paid these ransoms, the hackers would have no reason to launch these attacks. But I'm not the one sitting in a hospital in need of immediate medical

John Halamka

We spend billions on new technology. Yet the reality is that we're still as vulnerable as our most gullible

Amber Rudd

We're not able to tell you who is behind that attack. That work is still ongoing. I would expect [the health system] trusts to learn from this and to make sure that they do

Mark Galeotti

Russia has a very rickety, out-of-date infrastructure, using not just outdated software but pirated out-of-date

Jakub Kroustek - Avast Software

We are now seeing more than 75,000 detections of WanaCrypt0r 2.0 in 99

Tim Farron

This shows how criminal gangs and potentially even terrorists are trying to cash in and use other people's passports. This is a massive national security

Françoise Dorcier - Interpol

This operation has once again shown that criminals will fake any type of food and drink with no thought to the human cost as long as they make a profit. Whilst thousands of counterfeit goods have been taken out of circulation, we continue to encourage the public to remain vigilant about the products they

Bérengère Dréno - Europol

You will not notice it, because the taste will more or less be the same. But if you are allergic you will definitely notice it. And you, obviously, can die from of

Eitan Jankelewitz - Sheridans

At Europol [the EU's law enforcement agency] they don't like the anonymity of Bitcoin, which I think perhaps is a bit of a misunderstanding, because it is not truly anonymous. You can trace every transaction and follow it all the way through. You can see the life of a penny and see exactly where it's been. The problem is that you don't know exactly who controls those

David Davis

It's not a threat. The simple truth is if we're not in the EU, unless we make a parallel deal, which we want to do, then we won't be in Europol... we won't have the data exchange arrangements, we won't have the European Arrest Warrant. We want a deal, that's the point, we want a deal. She was making the point that it's bad for both of us if we don't have a deal. That I think is a perfectly reasonable point to make and not in any sense a threat. It's not a bargaining

Amber Rudd

If we left Europol [the EU's law enforcement agency], then we would take our information ... with

Amber Rudd

What we need to do is have a relationship with Europol that allows us equal access. We need to have an agreement with Europol to make sure that we continue to contribute and we continue to take out. We are the largest contributor to Europol, so if we left Europol ... then we would take our information - this is in the legislation - with us. The fact is the European partners want us to keep our information in there, because we keep other European countries safe as well. This isn't a huge contentious

Gilles de Kerchove

We have to be vigilant, since the threat posed by the so-called Islamic State (IS) and returning foreign fighters is likely to persist in the coming years. These people are trained to use explosives and firearms and they have been indoctrinated by the jihadist

Sabry Tolba

I consider putting 500 people on this boat to be murder. There is no other way to describe

Gilles de Kerchove

It would be a big mistake to just believe that the threat is coming from outside. We have a lot of people prone to radicalisation inside

Orla Cox

We can never say it's completely done but confidence levels are high this time

Brian Donald - Europol

What we are saying is that's the number of unaccompanied minors that we don't know where they are. We don't know – they are lost in the system is the phrase I heard used today, I think that's a good way of putting it. I mean I think our concern is that we know that there are people out there who will exploit minors. We know there are people who will take them and use them for their own purposes. We are just trying to raise awareness that this is something everybody should be aware

Giovanni Buttarelli - Data Protection

We need an answer against terrorism today, we don't need to introduce a new platform that will give results who knows when. It's better to start with more selective

Timothy Kirkhope

The whole purpose of this thing is not to profile people, we are not looking very personal information. We don't want profiling but we are looking for pattens of activities, patterns of movements. That is the key of good

Timothy Kirkhope

One of the greatest reasons to have a EU Passenger Name Record agreement is that we need to have some common standards and protections in place for the

Guy Verhofstadt

Our proposal, alongside Europol, is to create EurIntel. Something at the European level, which could gather and analyse information regarding facts and terrorist

Thomas De Maiziere

We also want to improve the exchange of information via Europol and we are really pressing for the implementation of the Passenger Name Record

Graham Watson

We need an effective Europol, an effective Eurojust so that our police forces and our judiciaries are working together, we even need a European FBI if we're going to be serious in the fight against terrorism and other forms of organised crime. I don't want the US to have the lead … I think Europe needs its own

Franco Frattini

All the sources indicate that the threat of new terrorists attacks continues to be high. Our Member States' authorities have been able to prevent a number of attacks for which we must be very

Wil van Gemert - Europol

It's the most popular tool but other tools will be used. Even if they are getting radicalised by social media you still have to travel there [to Syria] and there has to be a network for that. With the internet there's the possibility to get to hundreds of people. Many more people can be

Erin Marie Saltman

The idea of a lone wolf narrative is not true – you don't go online to buy a pair of shoes and then become radicalised. The first contact is a real world contact, like someone in your community or something in the media. After that people go online in a vacuum and search for the message they

Wil van Gemert - Europol

In the past there were preachers who reached out and they had maybe eight or 10 followers. But with the internet there's the possibility to get to hundreds of people. Many more people can be

Erin Marie Saltman

I would try and explain that negative messages are not the way forward – we should be better at engaging and realise the extremist propaganda does have a counter

Erin Marie Saltman

Governments have been slow in taking social media seriously as a tool that is legitimate and they are at a loss [at how to react]. They tend to target organisations – such as Twitter – but you're attacking the system and not the root

Jose Luis Lopes da Mota

With the Treaty of Lisbon, Eurojust will have the power to decide, to initiate investigations and prosecutions. This is a significant change. The second one, Eurojust will coordinate these actions of different national

Gaetano Notari

What duties and operations does the European police agency Europol carry out in fighting cross-border crime?feedback

Wil van Gemert - Europol

Mostly it is not the ones who want to have a cheap holiday. It is organised crime, it is also offered in an organised way to criminals and what we see in the records that we have, the databases of Europol, it is possible to also identify organsied crime. Be it drugs trafficking, illegal immigration, fraud committed, so these are also the criminals themselves using the

Max-Peter Ratzel - Europol

The failed attack in Germany, and the London blasts demostrate that Islamist terrorists also still aim at mass casualties. A total of more than 700 individuals suspected of terrorist offences were arrested in 15 member states in the year

Mohammed Omar Daudzai

In order to return to its main duty – which is to uncover and fight crime and focus on law enforcement – our police force needs training. This is going very well in Afghanistan and abroad. At home, we have one police academy. We have police training centres in the provinces and we have a staff college. In Kabul, we have the security command training centre, and soon we'll open the first police academy for women, in Bamian province with help from

Michel Platini

With the development of football and the development of betting activities around football, that brought into play a lot of money and people interested by that money. But we cannot lead the investigation with our UEFA employees any more, we need a police, people taking care of that. I have been asking for that since 2007, as I became President, I wanted to have a Sports

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