who we are
What is APC-HUB?
APC-HUB is a capacity-building training institution dedicated to providing training on combating cybercrime for lawmakers, policymakers, judges, prosecutors, investigators, and other multi-stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region. Our goal is to build a strong network for international cooperation by sharing ideas and information and providing a comprehensive capacity building program on combating cybercrime to the countries in the Asia-Pacific region, in cooperation with the World Bank (WB) and Global Forum Cyber Expertise (GFCE). /
Provide Training for Countries in the Asia-Pacific Region
To deliver a comprehensive training program for multi-stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region, employing a holistic approach to cybersecurity capacity assessment in judicature, legislation, prosecution, and investigation systems. This involves establishing customized strategies for each country, considering their unique history, culture, religions, and legal systems
Share Ideas on Combating Cybercrime
To enhance law enforcement response to cybercrime through practical training courses, including case studies and virtual currency tracing skills. Additionally, to foster the exchange of ideas on combating cybercrime with countries in the Asia-Pacific region
Reinforce the Capacity of National Research and Development Policy
To conduct cyber capacity-building training in areas such as legislation, the effectiveness of joining international conventions, policymaking, investigative techniques, and prosecution. The goal is to strengthen the capacity of national research and development policies
Build a Strong Network of International Cooperation
To establish a robust network of cooperation for cybercrime investigation, collaborating with partners in the Asia-Pacific region and countries worldwide participating and working with the APC-HUB
Become the Focal Point of Cybersecurity in the Asia-Pacific Region
To position the APC-HUB as the focal point for cybersecurity, providing support for lawmakers, policymakers, judges, prosecutors, investigators, and all other multi-stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region. This involves supporting policymaking, investigation, prosecution, and more
3d Virtual shoroom
APC-HUB’s Digital Showroom
On June 13, 2023, during the ARF ICT Security Workshop held in Hanoi, Vietnam, the Cyber Investigation Division of the Supreme Prosecutors' Office presented the theme "Introduction to the APC-HUB" to enhance cybercrime investigation capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region.
※ ARF (ASEAN Regional Forum): Established in 1994, the ASEAN Regional Forum is an important platform for security dialogue in the Indo-Pacific region. It provides a setting in which members can discuss current security issues and develop cooperative measures to enhance peace and security in the region. - Approximately 50 people from 23 countries attended the workshop, which was held under the theme of “Cyber Security Personnel Training Policy and Optimal Practices.” Attendees included government officials, academics, and business figures from Vietnam, Singapore, the Philippines, and others.
(The contents of the presentation)
The Cybercrime Investigation Division of the Forensic Science Investigation Department at the Supreme Prosecutors' Office attended the 10th-anniversary event of the Korea-World Bank Partnership Facility (KWPF) on April 25th. During the event, the 'Combating Cybercrime I and II: Tools and Capacity Building for Emerging Economies' project, in which the Supreme Prosecutors' Office participated as a partner alongside the World Bank, received the prestigious 'Best Analytical Advisory and Capacity Building Program' award.
We've uploaded a video on YouTube featuring trainee interviews and capturing the fruitful and meaningful moments from the 1st APC-HUB training session. You can watch it by clicking on the picture below.
work with the best partners
The World Bank (WB)
Provide a wide array of financial products and technical assistance, and help countries share and apply innovative knowledge and solutions to the challenges they face.
Strengthening cyber capacity and expertise globally through international collaboration.
The globally owned one-stop knowledge hub that brings together knowledge on international cyber capacity building.
Aimed at building capacity among policy-makers, legislators, public prosecutors & investigators, and civil society in developing countries in the policy, legal and criminal justice aspects of the enabling environment to combat cybercrime.