Shadow Home Secretary David Davis has launched a report that looks at the threats posed by cybercrime and proposes measures to tackle what the Tory spokesman terms ‘this growing problem’.
Speaking at the 2008 e-crime Congress, David described cybercrime as a "serious threat to individuals, business and government" and accused Labour of having ignored the issue.
The report outlines a number of proposals to tackle cybercrime, including:
– Creating a new Police National Cybercrime Unit
– Establishing a cybercrime team within the Crown Prosecution Service; and
– Appointing a single minister responsible for cybercrime,
David, The Shadow Home Secretary, promised a Conservative Government would take the necessary action to protect "the future security, economic and personal interests of this country". To download visit this link to the Conservative Party website;