Select committee demands new process for reporting cyber crime

Stuart Sumner
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Security minister James Brokenshire has recently outlined plans to make cyber crime reporting simpler for citizens and enterprises alike

A parliamentary select committee has called for a new process for citizens and businesses to report cyber crime to the authorities. At the meeting, held on 9 November, the government's Science a...

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