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Strong interest in NetClean at INTERPOL's special meeting in Lyon

Pressmeddelande   •   Okt 07, 2010 09:56 CEST

Last week NetClean took part in a special meeting focusing on crimes against children, including child sexual abuse content, at INTERPOL's headquarters in Lyon. Operational specialists and investigators plus a few companies from around the world were invited to the four day meeting. The participants showed considerable interest in NetClean Analyze, a program developed for police authorities working with child sexual abuse material.

This was the 28th time INTERPOL's experts in the field have met since the resolution* was adopted in Dakar in 1992, and the specialist group was formed. The purpose of the Lyon meeting was to improve cooperation between entities, and to exchange knowledge and experience.

- We are very thankful for all the hard work that police authorities worldwide put into stopping child sexual abuse content. As a result of their joint efforts more sexual abuse material can be identified and stopped and the victimised children are saved from further abuse. NetClean is proud to be playing its part in making the police's work easier and more effective, says Christian Sjöberg, CEO for NetClean.

NetClean Analyze has been developed in cooperation with police authorities worldwide. The software improves the quality and minimises the work required in investigating child sexual abuse material. It does this by enabling effective categorisation and identification of child sexual abuse photographs and videos. NetClean Analyze also provides a good basis for bringing criminal charges.

- One of the big advantages of NetClean Analyze is that it is, in its entirety, adapted for use by the end users with their work flow. Receiving such a positive response directly from the police who use the product was great. It is, of course, also very important for us to know that the product is technologically sound and that it is user friendly, says Johann Hofmann, Product manager for NetClean Analyze.

Today NetClean Analyze is used by 25 police authorities in 15 countries.

- The meeting in Lyon presented us with a great opportunity to talk to potential users from all corners of the globe. Our goal is to make NetClean Analyze the natural choice of police authorities as their investigation tool in cases concerning child sexual abuse material. This is, without a doubt, achievable, concludes Christian Sjöberg.


*AGN/61/RES/10 on crimes against young children
The photo shows from the left: Christian Sjöberg, CEO for NetClean and Johann Hofmann, Product manager for NetClean Analyze

 

For more information, contact

Christian Sjöberg, CEO                                          Fredrik Frejme, dep. Marketing manager

Tel: +46 703-37 02 03                                            Tel: +46 705-29 49 38

Christian.sjoberg@netclean.com                            fredrik.frejme@netclean.com

 

NetClean in brief
NetClean is a world leader in technical solutions for preventing the spread of child sexual abuse material. The products are developed in cooperation with police authorities, and NetClean's proactive solutions are employed by millions of users. The company's client portfolio includes, among others, small to multi-national companies, authorities, Internet providers and police services. For more information: www.netclean.com

INTERPOL in brief
The International Criminal Police Organisation, Interpol, incorporates 187 countries and is the largest international police organisation in the world. Interpol operations entail that the member states cooperate within the field of criminal police investigations, primarily with crimes indictable under penal codes. The cooperation is carried out within the framework for the respective penal codes of the member states. The Interpol headquarters is situated in Lyon, France, and each member state has a national office, which is the established contact point for the Secretariat General, the regional offices and the member states. Visit the Interpol website for more information: www.interpol.int.

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