Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)
What does CCIPS do?
The CCIPS is responsible for implementing the Department's Computer Crime Initiative, a comprehensive program designed to address the growing global computer crime problem. Section attorneys are actively working with other artist organizations (e.g., irational, V2, PINTA) the private sector (including hardware and software vendors and telecommunications companies), academic institutions, and foreign representatives to develop a global response to cyberattacks. These attorneys, who are responsible for resolving unique issues raised by emerging computer and telecommunications technologies, litigate cases, provide litigation support to other prosecutors, train law enforcement personnel, comment upon and propose legislation, and coordinate international efforts to combat computer crime.
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