EU : European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) - 2012

Type: Stockshots   Référence: I075479   Durée: 08:23  Lieu: The Hague - Europol
The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) will be inaugurated on 11 January 2013 at the Europol Headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands.On this occasion, the European Commission's Audiovisual Services have produced a short video stockshot showing the interior and technical aspects of the Centre. It also contains statements from various officials.The European Cybercrime Centre will protect Europeans and businesses against mounting cyber-threats. It will focus on illegal online activities carried out by organised crime groups, especially attacks targeting e-banking and other online financial activities. The Centre will also seek to find ways to better protect social network profiles from e-crime infiltration and provide information and analysis to national law enforcement authorities. This will enable them to assist in the fight against online identity theft, child sexual abuse and exploitation and cyber-attacks affecting critical infrastructure and information systems in Europe.

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00:00:00 Credits and title 00:00:18
00:00:18 Europol building, The Hague, the Netherlands 00:00:05
00:00:23 Europol flag next to EU flag 00:00:12
00:00:35 Sign in corridor "Operational rooms" / "EC3 (MDCCI)" 00:00:05
00:00:40 Staff member entering computer room through security door (2 shots) 00:00:25
00:01:04 Sign in corridor "Operational centre & coordination" 00:00:05
00:01:09 Staff member presenting his badge to enter operational room 00:00:06
00:01:15 Staff member entering operational room 00:00:09
00:01:24 Soundbite by Jaap van Oss, Senior Specialist at the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Project Manager Focal Point Cyborg, (in ENGLISH) saying that their job is to map out the cyber criminal groups that operate from the cyber world and somehow attack Europe or work from Europe; basically they need to map them out, track them down, in cooperation with the cybercrime units in the Member States. 00:00:19
00:01:43 Screen with Europol and ICPSA (International Cyber Security Protection Alliance) logos 00:00:07
00:01:49 Soundbite by Victoria Baines, Strategic Adviser on Cybercrime at Europol, (in ENGLISH) saying that they've come up with scenarios for the future of businesses, citizens and governments, in the converged environment of 2020.Saying that what they do at the European Cybercrime Centre is they work much more extensively with experts outside of law enforcement; they work with experts in the retail sector, in the financial sector, but most importantly, in the internet security industry.(2 shots) 00:00:26
00:02:16 Cutaway: background animation on screen 00:00:06
00:02:21 Soundbite by Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz, Specialist at the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) (Focal Point Terminal, Payment Card Fraud), (in ENGLISH) saying that the EU is the largest market for payment cards transactions, and it is estimated that organised crime groups derive from payment card fraud, 1.5 billion euro a year. 00:00:16
00:02:38 Expert Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz showing devices used by criminals for compromising payment cards data (7 shots) 00:00:40
00:03:18 Large shot of operational room 00:00:05
00:03:23 Cutaways on Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz's eyes and hands (2 shots) 00:00:09
00:03:32 TitleINFO: The reception or transmission of radio waves is impossible within a Faraday Cage. The room built at the EC3 serves to prevent manipulation of seized devices via remote operations (e.g. smart phones). 00:00:05
00:03:32 Faraday Cage 00:01:22
00:03:37 Staff member enters the Faraday Cage where a technician is at work 00:00:14
00:03:51 Pan on instruments used by Faraday Cage technician 00:00:12
00:04:03 Staff member and technician prepare for extracting data from devices used by criminals (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:04:14 Hands of technician taking out a mobile phone from a Faraday bag and connecting it to the extraction device (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:04:26 Monitor screen showing "Physical extraction - Extraction in progress" (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:04:36 Technician activating the extraction device 00:00:05
00:04:42 Un-covered hard disk spinning for data extraction 00:00:12
00:04:54 Title 00:00:05
00:04:54 Simulation of an EC3 operation 00:03:29
00:04:59 EC3 logo on inside wall 00:00:05
00:05:04 Large shot of the EC3 operational room with experts at work 00:00:05
00:05:09 Experts at work sharing information, close up on hands, screens, faces (9 shots) 00:00:49
00:05:58 Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol, enters the room for an update on the situation. Dialogue with Troels Oerting, Head of the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). (2 shots) 00:00:24
00:06:22 Expert shows map of the attack on screen. Dialogue with Troels Oerting and Rob Wainwright (3 shots) 00:00:13
00:06:35 Rob Wainwright and Troels Oerting talking with another expert (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:06:49 Two female experts sharing information 00:00:04
00:06:52 Troels Oerting and Rob Wainwright talking to Victoria Baines (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:07:04 Troels Oerting and Rob Wainwright talking with Jaap van Oss (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:07:17 Cutaway of a pile of mobile phones 00:00:05
00:07:22 Soundbite by Troels Oerting (in ENGLISH) saying that we need a European Cybercrime Centre now because the EU is very dependant on the internet; the population is 72% wired, compared to a 34% average on the globe; we do everything on the net: we are on social media, we collect money, we buy, we store all our information, and we invent; it's not just enough to have a transparent and free internet, we also have to have a secure internet. 00:00:28
00:07:50 Soundbite by Troels Oerting (in ENGLISH) saying that they will be able to give an overview to the Member States on crime; they will give operational support to cases, give forensic support and they will also help the Member States with capacity building and outreach. 00:00:12
00:08:02 Soundbite by Troels Oerting (in ENGLISH) saying that he hopes that the average citizen will also see an impact from the Centre, because it will be able to create awareness; together with the Member States, they will tell the citizens what they face and also what the good behaviour is in order not to be a victim of crime. 00:00:15
00:08:16 Copyright 00:00:07
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