Video: Charlie McMurdie 'very confident' National E-Crime Unit will go ahead

E-Crime Project head, Detective Superintendent Charlie McMurdie of the Metropolitan Police talks to web editor James Garner at Infosecurity 2008 about her confidence that the project to establish a national e-crime unit for the UK will soon receive funding and the official go-ahead. She discusses the path so far including the establishment of business cases and links with international partners, and the knowledge and expertise that IT security professionals can contribute to the cause.

For more ComputerWeekly.com coverage of the hopes for a national cybercrime unit, see:

Blog: James Garner from Infosec - E-crime unit, will it or won't it?

Blog: The Earl of Errol, of the House of Lords Select Committee on Personal Internet Safety, calls for an end to the UK e-crime safe haven

Blog: Philip Virgo's update on the state of the e-crime petition (14 January 2008)

Blog: Philip Virgo's call to the industry to e-petition government for action on setting up an e-crime unit (29 November 2007)

 

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