Welcome to the English website for the International Association of Cybercrime Prevention (IACP) which was originally founded in France in 2006 by the current serving President, Dr. Mohamed Chawki. The French version of our Association is known as L'Association Internationale de Lutte Contre la Cybercriminalité (AILCC) and is led by Dr. Mohamed Chawki (President), Aurore Cuffi (Vice President) and Mahjoub Saad (Secretary General).
The IACP is a non-profit organisation made up of IT experts, scholars, academics, consultants and lawyers who are accredited by having completed higher professional degrees in Cyberlaw, Cybercrime or IT.
The IACP has recently opened up our membership to government and non-government experts, regulatory authorities and law enforcement professionals from state, federal and international agencies for the purposes of education, collaboration and mutual cooperation between the academic community, law enforcement and private industry.
The Association welcomes all individuals who are dedicated to the study and application of Cyber law or Cybercrime and to those who strive to promote excellence in education, field instruction, research and publication.
Come and join us in the international fight against Cybercrime.
Chairman, Australian Chapter
International Association of Cybercrime Prevention
Most people relate this to identity theft as this is what is often highlighted in the media. The mission of the International Association of Cybercrime Prevention includes identifying key threats and risks inherent in the use of these modern tools, the Internet and explores the most appropriate responses to prevent these crimes which include but are not limited to identity theft, cyber forensics, cyber threats, email scams, Internet fraud and organised online crime.Read More