Lords push for wide-ranging security improvements

Lords push for wide-ranging security improvements
VNUNet.com, UK – Aug 9, 2007
According to the report, the reporting tool would help law enforcement agencies gain an understanding of the computer crime landscape in the UK,

Prosecutions on the increase
Helena Independent Record, MT – Aug 11, 2007
“There is never the perfect computer crime. There is always some track they’re leaving. Because it’sa serious crime with lifetime supervision,

“Cyber Crime” Fusion Center Opens
WTOK, MS – Jul 31, 2007
And because technology is constantly changing, Ole Miss and Mississippi State will train law enforcement and prosecutors how to handle computer crime,

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA:SOME SUGGESTIONS
Blogger News Network – Aug 16, 2007
Its association with the esteemed Computer Crime Research Center reaffirms its commitment to fight against Cyber Crimes and Misuse of ICT on both National

Man charged after hacking shuts down Marshfield city computers
Chippewa Herald, WI – Aug 13, 2007
Eighteen-year-old Shaun Lancaster is charged with a felony of computer crime by destroying equipment, carrying up to six years in prison.

New Center Will Focus On Fighting Cybercrime
WLOX, MS – Jul 31, 2007
And because technology is constantly changing, Ole Miss and Mississippi State will train law enforcement and prosecutors how to handle computer crime.

Smaller ISPs fear higher running costs
Nation Multimedia, Thailand – Jul 25, 2007
Thailand’s first Computer Crime Act has won limited support from private operators, but there are concerns about compliance costs and enforcement,

House of Lords warns of e-crime fears
Virus Bulletin, UK – Aug 10, 2007
in the course of their work, a reference to recent adjustments to computer crime laws which could criminalise some aspects of security research.

Today’s e-crime report
IT Week, UK – Aug 10, 2007
Who said the UK authorities have no idea how to effectively tackle computer crime? They know exactly which steps to take: one step forward, two steps back.

UK MPs urge Internet firms to tackle cyber “Wild West”
International Business Times, NY – Aug 10, 2007
LONDON – Internet companies, retailers and the government must do far more to protect people from the dangers of the “lawless Wild West” of cyberspace,

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