CNME Editor Mark Forker spoke to Kim Grauer, Director of Research at Chainalysis, to learn more about some of the key findings that emerged from their 2022 Crypto Crime Report – and how the blockchain-based data platform is providing law enforcement with the ‘best data’ available to help them tackle cryptocurrency crime.
Firas Jadalla, regional director – Middle East, Turkey and Africa, Genetec, sheds light on how Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) can help law enforcement authorities enable enhance public safety.
Dubai Police, in cooperation with Etisalat, has unveiled the first 5G-enabled smart patrol in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Abu Dhabi Police GHQ has launched the third generation of the smart teller kiosks (Sahl) in a number of ADNOC service stations (ADNOC Oasis) and integrated services centres (Tam) across the capital.
Abu Dhabi Police has reportedly processed 4,462,784 digital transactions last year, enabling the entity to save up to $353 million (AED1.3 billion) and 9.5 million client visits.
Technology companies could be ordered to release vital electronic data, such as emails and text messages, to law enforcement agencies in as little as six hours under proposed European Union law.
The charges reportedly include supplying drug cartels with BlackBerry and Samsung phones that had been modified by Canadian-based company, Phantom Secure, which made them harder to trace by authorities.
Numan Ahmad, director at mh Service, discusses how technology is impacting the way law enforcement agencies in the region operate.
AccessData this week announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ARM, which specialises in cyber-security and other consumer-related IT software products in region.
Law enforcement authorities in the UAE in April conducted the largest single seizure of counterfeit HP products to date, the vendor said this week.