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An Interpol-led operation arrested 14 suspects and identified 20,674 “suspicious” networks spanning 25 African countries that international cops have linked to more than $40 million in cybercrime losses.

Africa Cyber Surge II, a combined police operation which began in April and lasted four months, was a coordinated effort between Interpol, African law enforcement, and private-sector security firms to disrupt online extortion, phishing, business email compromise (BEC) and other cyber scams. But given that BEC scams cost billions of dollars a year it’s small change.

Interpol, Afripol, and infosec companies Group-IB and Uppsala Security provided on-the-ground operational support, the international agency said. This included helping with three arrests in Cameroon related to an online scam involving the fraudulent sale of works of art worth $850,000.

Additionally, police in Nigeria arrested a suspect who allegedly defrauded a victim in Gambia, and police in Mauritius arrested two suspected money mules linked to messaging platform scams. Plus, Cameroonian authorities took down two darknet sites, and Kenyan law enforcement shut down 615 malware separate hosting operations.

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