The Hague, the Netherlands
24 June 2016

Today, Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) with SUMURI LLC, a global provider of digital forensic training, software, hardware and services. The MoU will allow for the exchange of knowledge and expertise on cyber forensics, in addition to enhancing cooperation between law enforcement and private partners to fight cybercrime.

Steven Wilson, Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) said: “Cooperation with private partners can support law enforcement to improve their technical skills. Today’s MoU signing with SUMURI lays the foundations for increased collaboration in the area of capacity building. This is yet another important step in joint cooperation to combat the cybercrime threat.”

Steve Whalen, CEO and Co-Founder, SUMURI, said: “SUMURI realises that the world’s security and combating serious crime is a monumental responsibility. SUMURI is honoured to offer our assistance and resources to Europol to further their mission to protect the citizens of the European Union and the world.”

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