Cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime are growing and concerning activities occurring across the globe. It impacts economies, business and communities. The need to develop law enforcement capability and build resilience within the region is paramount to combating existing and emerging cybercrime threats and keeping the community safe.
The Cyber Safety Asia (CSA) Program is an initiative of the Australian Government; a tiered training course developed specifically for law enforcement personnel across South East Asia to enhance cybercrime awareness, education, leadership, and investigations.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is leading and delivering the training with input from a range of Australian and international cyber experts.
The training provides opportunity for law enforcement personnel across the region to collectively strengthen capabilities to combat cyber related activities that adversely impact businesses and communities.
If you are part of a law enforcement agency and would like further information about the CSA Program, contact us.