GRIPS SciREX Center Seminar
"Cybercrime - The Israeli Police Perspective -"

GRIPS SciREX Center Seminar <br/>
Speaker Mr. Meir Hayun
Chief Superintendent,
Head of National Cybercrime Unit,
Israeli Police
Time 10:00-11:30, Thursday, February 26th, 2015
(9:40 Registration)
Venue Meeting Room 3C, 3F, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) (7-22-1,Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)(access
Sponsor SciREX Center, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
Language Japanese & English (Consecutive interpretation available)
Fee Free


Cybercrime has been using sophisticated methods and expanding impacts on multiple dimensions of our society. As one of the leading countries in the field of cybersecurity, Israel has years of experience in addressing cybercrime. In this seminar, Mr. Meir Hayun, Head of National Cybercrime Unit of Israeli Police, will explain about the organization, methods of action, world data on cybercrime and measurements of cybercrime reduction.


Embassy of Israel in Japan


Simplified personal history

Mr. Meir Hayun
Chief Superintendent & Head of National Cybercrime Unit, Israeli Police

Meir Hayun has More than 14 years of experience in Cybercrimes. He is the head of the National Cybercrime unit at the Israeli Police Force.

Meir has joined the computer Crime squad of Israeli Police in 2000. He led investigations teams for 8 years and conducted some of the most sophisticated cybercrimes investigations at that time.

In 2008 he established the cyber branch at the Sigint division (signal intelligence), While developing unique tools and methods of work.

Since 2013, Meir has been leading the new National Cybercrime Unit. The unit is responsible for the most significant cybercrimes investigations in Israel; Offenses that threaten critical infrastructure or have a potentially widespread damage and Cybercrimes that require time, resources, expertise and sophisticated means.

Meir is a lawyer (LL.B) and holds a Bachelor degree in accounting from HA- Michlala Leminhal . He also holds an M.B.A from the Tel- Aviv university Recanati business school.


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