Microsoft hosts global consortium of experts at Cybercrime Enforcement Summit

The Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit hosted the first annual Cybercrime Enforcement Summit at the Redmond Microsoft campus last week. The summit brought together more than 60 leaders and experts from law enforcement, academia and the private sector to share legal and technical solutions to confront the global spread of cybercrime. The conference follows last fall’s opening of the Microsoft Cybercrime Center, a state-of-the-art facility designed specifically to advance the global fight against cybercrime.

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Tom Ralph, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General; Ed Bedrosian, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General; Matt Lundy, Assistant General Counsel at Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit; and Jeff Rabkin, Office of the California Attorney General converse during a break at Microsoft’s first annual Cybercrime Enforcement Summit in Redmond, Wash.
Cybercrime Summit helps builds relationships
February 19, 2014
Tom Ralph, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General; Ed Bedrosian, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General; Matt Lundy, Assistant General Counsel at Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit; and Jeff Rabkin, Office of the California Attorney General converse during a break at Microsoft’s first annual Cybercrime Enforcement Summit in Redmond, Wash.
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