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شهریور 97 - رییس پلیس سایبری و نماینده کشوری دفترمقابله با موادمخدر و جرم سازمان ملل متحد در ایران در خصوص راه های گسترش همکاری های بین المللی گفتگو کردند

رییس پلیس سایبری نیروی انتظامی جمهوری اسلامی ایران، سردار سیدکمال هادیانفر، و نماینده کشوری دفترمقابله با موادمخدر و جرم سازمان ملل متحد در ایران، آقای الکساندر فدولوف، در خصوص راه­های گسترش همکاری­های بین­المللی در زمینه واکنش­های سریع به جرایم و حملات سایبری و همچنین ارتقای توانمندی های سازمانی و تبادل دانش و تخصص گفتگو کردند.

رییس پلیس سایبری نیروی انتظامی جمهوری اسلامی ایران به فعالیت های گروه­های تبهکار ملی و سازمان یافته فراملی در فضای سایبری و سایر بسترهای تحت وب به عنوان نگرانی­های جهانی اشاره نمودند، که اگر چه به عنوان پدیده­های مجازی یاد می­شوند، بر اصل و کیفیت زندگی شهروندان در قیاس جهانی تأثیر می­گذارند. ایشان بر این باور بودند که اکثر فعالیت­های مجرمانه در فضای وب عمیق و تاریک برنامه­ریزی و اجرا می­شوند و عواید مالی حاصل از آنها در قالب بیتکوین­ها، سرویس­های رمزگذاری شده و سایر ارزهای دیجیتالی تبادل می­شوند. ایشان آمادگی دفتر خود را جهت تعامل با دفتر مقابله با مواد مخدر و جرم سازمان ملل متحد به عنوان دفتر هاب منطقه­ای و مرکز آموزش، به منظور تبادل دانش و تخصص در سطح منطقه و فرامنطقه­ای ابراز نمودند.

نماینده کشوری دفتر مقابله با مواد مخدر و جرم سازمان ملل متحد در ایران از پیشنهادات پلیس سایبری استقبال نمود و تمایلات و آمادگی دفتر خود را در جهت گسترش همکاری­ها، همسو با اهداف برنامه مشارکت کشوری دفتر مقابله با موادمخدر و جرم سازمان ملل متحد 2019 ـ 2016 ابراز نمود. ایشان تعهدات کمیسیون پیشگیری از جرم و عدالت کیفری را خاطر نشان و از آن به عنوان یک جلسه بین­المللی خاص برای ارائه دستاوردهای پلیس سایبری یاد کرد.

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11 Sep 2018 - Chief Cyber Police and Country Representative of UNODC Iran discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police, Brigadier General Seyed Kamal Hadiyanfar, and UNODC Iran Country Representative, Mr. Alexander Fedulov, discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation on incident responses to cybercrimes and attacks, as well as improving institutional capacities and sharing expertise.

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police referred to acts of national and transnational organized criminal groups on cyber space and web-based platforms as main global concerns, which, although, they have been addressed as virtual phenomena, they do affect nature and quality of lives of citizens globally. He believed a majority of criminal activities are planned and carried in deep and dark webs and their financial benefits are formed in bitcoins, cryptocurrencies and other forms of digital currencies. He expressed his office’s interest to work jointly with UNODC, as a regional hub and a training center which can disseminate expertise with other countries in its region and at inter-regional level.

 UNODC Iran Country Representative welcomed ideas shared by the Cyber Police and expressed his office’s willingness and readiness to expand cooperation, in line with the objectives of UNODC Country Partnership Programme 2016-2019. He shared his office’s interest to act as a bridge between Iran and international community in areas of common interests. He further advocated mandates of Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and called it a unique international forum where the Cyber Police can present its achievements.

For further information, please contact Mehraj Singh (Mr.), Programme Associate, UNODC Country Office in Iran: Tel.: (+98-21) 8887 8377-81, Fax: (+98-21) 88796700, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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11 Sep 2018 - Chief Cyber Police and Country Representative of UNODC Iran discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police, Brigadier General Seyed Kamal Hadiyanfar, and UNODC Iran Country Representative, Mr. Alexander Fedulov, discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation on incident responses to cybercrimes and attacks, as well as improving institutional capacities and sharing expertise.

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police referred to acts of national and transnational organized criminal groups on cyber space and web-based platforms as main global concerns, which, although, they have been addressed as virtual phenomena, they do affect nature and quality of lives of citizens globally. He believed a majority of criminal activities are planned and carried in deep and dark webs and their financial benefits are formed in bitcoins, cryptocurrencies and other forms of digital currencies. He expressed his office’s interest to work jointly with UNODC, as a regional hub and a training center which can disseminate expertise with other countries in its region and at inter-regional level.

 UNODC Iran Country Representative welcomed ideas shared by the Cyber Police and expressed his office’s willingness and readiness to expand cooperation, in line with the objectives of UNODC Country Partnership Programme 2016-2019. He shared his office’s interest to act as a bridge between Iran and international community in areas of common interests. He further advocated mandates of Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and called it a unique international forum where the Cyber Police can present its achievements.

For further information, please contact Mehraj Singh (Mr.), Programme Associate, UNODC Country Office in Iran: Tel.: (+98-21) 8887 8377-81, Fax: (+98-21) 88796700, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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11 Sep 2018 - Chief Cyber Police and Country Representative of UNODC Iran discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police, Brigadier General Seyed Kamal Hadiyanfar, and UNODC Iran Country Representative, Mr. Alexander Fedulov, discussed modalities of expanding international cooperation on incident responses to cybercrimes and attacks, as well as improving institutional capacities and sharing expertise.

Chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Cyber Police referred to acts of national and transnational organized criminal groups on cyber space and web-based platforms as main global concerns, which, although, they have been addressed as virtual phenomena, they do affect nature and quality of lives of citizens globally. He believed a majority of criminal activities are planned and carried in deep and dark webs and their financial benefits are formed in bitcoins, cryptocurrencies and other forms of digital currencies. He expressed his office’s interest to work jointly with UNODC, as a regional hub and a training center which can disseminate expertise with other countries in its region and at inter-regional level.

 UNODC Iran Country Representative welcomed ideas shared by the Cyber Police and expressed his office’s willingness and readiness to expand cooperation, in line with the objectives of UNODC Country Partnership Programme 2016-2019. He shared his office’s interest to act as a bridge between Iran and international community in areas of common interests. He further advocated mandates of Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and called it a unique international forum where the Cyber Police can present its achievements.

For further information, please contact Mehraj Singh (Mr.), Programme Associate, UNODC Country Office in Iran: Tel.: (+98-21) 8887 8377-81, Fax: (+98-21) 88796700, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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