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Nyheter   •   2013-12-16 09:38 CET

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Producers of child sex abuse material becoming more 'entrepreneurial'

Nyheter   •   2013-10-16 21:28 CEST

Organised criminal networks operating in Asia are offering to rape children 'on demand' for people who are willing to pay to watch such child abuse, according to a report by the European Cybercrime Centre at Europol. Christian Berg "Once you begin to track the images and provide police agents with the support to analyse the evidence these images contain, you can find victims and their abusers."

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New study reveals child sexual abuse content as top online concern and potentially 1.5m adults have stumbled upon it

Nyheter   •   2013-03-19 15:02 CET

More people in Britain are concerned about websites showing the sexual abuse of children than other types of illegal, illicit or ‘harmful’ internet content. However, more than half of people in Britain currently say that they either wouldn’t know how to report it if they were to encounter it (40%) or would just ignore it (12%).

The ComRes poll conducted among a representative sample of 2058 British adults for the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) shows the vast majority of people in Britain think that child sexual abuse content (“child pornography”) (91%) and computer generated images or cartoons of child sexual abuse (85%) should be removed from the internet.

Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean commented:

"Every image of abuse isn´t just a collection of offensive pixels. Every image shows a victim, a victim that according to the IWF research, only 48 per cent of British adults would help to save.

The anonymity of the internet allows us to assume that these issues are someone else´s problem. Images of child sexual abuse are symptoms of a wider societal problem, one that is everyone's responsibility to prevent and disrupt. Whilst organisations like the IWF do a fantastic job to tackle URL's hosting this content, it's important that everyone does their part, whether that's flagging sites to the IWF, reporting abuse to the police or ensuring that all networks are hostile to distributors of child sexual abuse."


More people in Britain are concerned about websites showing the sexual abuse of children than other types of illegal, illicit or ‘harmful’ internet content. However, more than half of people in Britain currently say that they either wouldn’t know how to report it if they were to encounter it (40%) or would just ignore it (12%).

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NetClean partners with CY4OR to tackle growing complexity of Internet crimes

Pressmeddelanden   •   2013-01-15 10:00 CET

Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean said: “NetClean’s partnership with CY4OR is a response to the ever increasing volume and complexity of child sexual abuse cases. We believe our partnership with CY4OR will truly enhance the solution we already provide to organisations, offering customers greater peace of mind.

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NetClean lanserar helhetslösning för polisens digitala utredningar

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-10-16 13:15 CEST

NetClean, ett världsledande företag inom tekniska lösningar för att förhindra spridandet av barnpornografiskt material har uppgraderat sin mjukvara NetClean Analyze DI. Nu är den ett ännu effektivare vapen i kampen mot digitala bilder och filmer av övergrepp mot barn. Den är effektivare, enklare och erbjuder fler funktioner som kommer att underlätta för polismyndigheter i hela världen.

”Under de senaste åren har mängden digitalt bevismaterial och komplexiteten av dessa rusat i höjden, vilket skapar stora utmaningar för polisen. Med vår nyaste uppdatering, vill vi tillhandahålla ett mer enhetligt sätt för poliserna att utforska kritisk information och hitta eller själva bygga de specialiserade verktyg de behöver för sina utredningar”, säger Christian Berg, VD på NetClean.

Den nya versionen av Analyze DI innehåller en plattform där programutvecklare kan bygga egna kriminaltekniska verktyg. Det ger polisens användare ett stort utbud av kriminaltekniska applikationer: NetClean Forensic Market.

Uppdateringen av Analyze DI möjliggör också för utredarna att utforska bildernas EXIF-data (Exchangable Image File Format), för att identifiera plats, tid och kamerans serienummer, vilket hjälper utredarna att spåra var kameran befunnit sig när bilderna laddats upp och identifiera var förövaren befunnit sig.

Användarna är entusiastiska

”Den senaste versionen av NetClean Analyze utrustar oss med ännu fler värdefulla funktioner”, säger Michael Lund kriminalkommissarie vid den danska polisenheten för barnpornografibrott.

”Databasimportfunktionen är uppdaterad och är mycket smidig och extremt snabb, vilket besparar oss mycket tid.” Uppdateringen innehåller också ett nytt gränssnitt, vilket gör verktyget mer intuitivt.

”Vi är mycket förtjusta i det nya användarvänliga gränssnittet. Vi är också mycket intresserade av det nya NetClean Forensic Market och ser fram emot att se vilka tredjeparts plug-ins som kommer att bli tillgängliga för att hjälpa oss med den ständigt ökande mängden illegala filer”, säger Michael Lund.

NetClean Technologies erbjuder Analyze DI mjukvaran utan kostnad, framförallt till polismyndigheter och nationella och överstatliga organ som ansvarar för utredningar om övergrepp på barn. Mjukvaran är för närvarande tillgänglig i 30 länder över hela världen.

Om NetClean

NetClean är världsledande på tekniska lösningar för att hindra spridandet av bilder och filmer på övergrepp på barn. Produkterna har utvecklats i samråd med polismyndigheter. NetCleans proaktiva lösningar har idag miljontals användare. Bland NetCleans kunder finner man allt från små till multinationella företag, myndigheter, internetleverantörer och polisen. För mer information: www.netclean.com

 

”Under de senaste åren har mängden digitalt bevismaterial och komplexiteten av dessa rusat i höjden, vilket skapar stora utmaningar för polisen. Med vår nyaste uppdatering, vill vi tillhandahålla ett mer enhetligt sätt för poliserna att utforska kritisk information och hitta eller själva bygga de specialiserade verktyg de behöver för sina utredningar”, säger Christian Berg, VD på NetClean.

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NetClean launches one-stop-shop for digital forensics

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-10-16 13:15 CEST

London, UK – 16 October, 2012 – NetClean, a world leader in technical solutions for preventing the spread of child sexual abuse content, has upgraded its Analyze DI software to create a complete image and video forensics tool for police investigators.

Due to increasing numbers of seizures and the complexity of files being created and captured, modern police forces are under mounting pressure to manage, process and present vast amounts of digital evidence. Officers often have to review thousands of files manually causing considerable strain and fatigue. NetClean Analyze’s DI new functionality allows police agents to swiftly and easily analyse images and videos, drawing out essential data from vast quantities of seized media to assist with arrests and prosecution.

“The latest version of NetClean Analyze arms us with even more valuable features,” says Michael Lund, Detective Inspector at the child exploitation unit, Danish National Police. “The database import feature was updated, and on top of it being very agile, it’s now extremely fast, which saves us a lot of time when handling large imports of several millions of hash values.”

The new iteration of Analyze DI includes a digital forensics application framework, where developers from industry, academia or even tech-savvy officers can build specialised forensic tools. Using the software development kit, developers can integrate applications into the Analyze DI interface, providing police users with a marketplace of forensic applications, the NetClean Forensic Market.

One developer building on the platform is Stolen Camera Finder, an application that police agents can use to search the web for images matching EXIF data. Using this tool police agents will be able to import image data, using it to track devices.

Christian Sjoberg, CEO at NetClean, said: “In the last few years digital evidence case loads and complexity has rocketed, causing significant challenges for police agents. With our latest upgrade we are seeking to provide a more streamlined way for police agents to explore critical case information and find or build the specialised tools they need for investigations.”

He added: “Using Analyze more compelling evidence can be discovered, structured and stored more rigorously. Data can be analysed more swiftly. Ultimately that means that thousands more vulnerable children can be saved, and fewer children exposed to this extremely serious global threat.”

The Analyze DI upgrade also enables police investigators to more thoroughly explore the Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF) data of images in order to identify the location, time and camera serial number information. Using geotagging data taken from the image, police agents are able to build maps and track the movements of the camera as photographs are uploaded in order to identify the movements of a subject.

The upgrade includes a new user interface, making the tool more intuitive. Given the man-hours spent using these kinds of investigative tools, ease of use can have a dramatic impact upon productivity and effectiveness.

“As long-time users of the software, we are especially excited about the newly-designed user interface that puts the investigation of illegal pictures and videos truly at the center of the client,” commented Lund.

“We are also very interested in the new NetClean Forensic Market and excited to see what third party plugins will be available to assist us further when dealing with the ever increasing amounts of illegal files,” he concluded.

NetClean Technologies provides the Analyze DI software free of charge primarily to law enforcement agencies as well as national and federal agencies responsible for child sexual abuse (CSA) investigations. It is currently available in 30 countries worldwide.

 
For more information, contact  
Laura Spence at LEWIS PR
netclean@lewispr.com
02078022626

NetClean develops technology that stops the spread of child sexual abuse material. Our solutions identify illegal images and videos that are still being distributed on public and corporate networks. The NetClean approach is your strongest safety measure because we stop images from being circulated inside or outside network firewalls. This is why NetClean works with ISP´s, enterprises, governments and law enforcements in more than 30 countries.

“The latest version of NetClean Analyze arms us with even more valuable features,” says Michael Lund, Detective Inspector at the child exploitation unit, Danish National Police. “The database import feature was updated, and on top of it being very agile, it’s now extremely fast, which saves us a lot of time when handling large imports of several millions of hash values.”

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Microsoft and NetClean Provide PhotoDNA Technology to Help Law Enforcement Fight Online Child Sexual Exploitation

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-03-19 15:22 CET

PhotoDNA image-matching technology available at no charge to help law enforcement more quickly identify and rescue victims.

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Svenska NetClean samarbetar med Microsoft i kampen mot övergrepp på barn

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-03-19 15:16 CET

Svenska NetClean initierar tekniksamarbete med Microsoft för att förse myndigheter världen över med den senaste tekniken för att snabbt identifiera barnpornografi och därmed bekämpa barnpornografi och rädda barn som blivit utsatta för övergrepp

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NetClean Integrates Its Core Technology with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator Security Management Platform

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-02-27 14:51 CET

NetClean, a world leader in technical solutions for preventing the spread of child sexual abuse content, announces that NetClean ProActive’s integration with McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) software has achieved McAfee Compatible status. The integration helps make it easier for enterprises to prevent child sexual abuse content from being accessed or shared via the corporate network.

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NetClean integrerar sin teknik med McAfees ePolicy Orchestrator-plattform

Pressmeddelanden   •   2012-02-27 14:32 CET

NetClean tillkännager att NetClean ProActives integration med McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® nu uppnått McAfee Compatible–status. Integreringen av de två plattformarna innebär att det blir lättare för företag och organisationer att förhindra att deras nätverk används för åtkomst och spridning av barnpornografiskt innehåll.

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NetClean utvecklar tekniska lösningar som stoppar spridningen av barnpornografiskt material på såväl publika nätverk som företagsnätverk. Vi hjälper även polisen i deras utredningar. Tack vare detta samarbetar NetClean med internetleverantörer, företag, regeringar och polismyndigheter i över 30 länder.

NetClean develops technology that stops the spread of child sexual abuse material. Our solutions identify illegal images and videos that are still being distributed on public and corporate networks. The NetClean approach is your strongest safety measure because we stop images from being circulated inside or outside network firewalls. This is why NetClean works with ISP´s, enterprises, governments and law enforcements in more than 30 countries.

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