September 9, 2020 the director of the Prosecutor`s Training Center of Ukraine Olesia Otradnova and the head of the Cyberpolice Department of the National Police of Ukraine Oleksandr Hrynchak signed Memorandum of Cooperation.
Oleksandr Hrynchak, head of the Cyberpolice Department of the National Police of Ukraine and Ihor Aniskin, deputy head of the 1st division of the Department visited Prosecutor`s Training Center of Ukraine.
“The work of the PPO, including Prosecutor`s Training Center of Ukraine, and the National Police of Ukraine, including the Cyberpolice Department, is aimed at ensuring law and order, preventing and minimizing crimes, implementation of criminal justice and criminal law policy that should be carried out in our country today. Therefore, the joint efforts of such influential institutions to prevent crimes must be successful,” highlighted the director of the Training Center.
The head of the Cyberpolice Department added: “We are one, we cooperate with the prosecutor’s office and face the need to transfer experience to each other. We are ready to provide educational content for your trainings, to ensure the participation of our specialists in trainings in the field of cyberpolice. There are actually a lot of areas of cooperation. I wanted the signed memorandum to be the beginning of active work in the direction of combating crime. ”
This event is extremely important because it is first signed Memorandum on Cooperation between Prosecutor`s Training Center of Ukraine and law enforcement agency. Everything related to cybersecurity and us in cyberspace in general is an important part of our lives today. We can not imagine life without social networks and access to the Internet. That is why security is very important in this context.
The sides discussed possible forms of cooperation between the institutions and discussed possible action plan for the near future.
At the end of the meeting, Olesia Otradnova summed up: “Cybersecurity has no borders, it is not limited to one state body, one country. Cyber threads are global challenges that we all should work on”.