Home Affairs Committee - Fifth Report

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 17 July 2013.


Terms of Reference


1 What is e-crime?

2 The Cyber Security Strategy

3 Law enforcement and legislation

4 Can web service providers protect our data?

5 Effectiveness of public awareness campaigns

Annex: Glossary of terms

Conclusions and recommendations

Formal Minutes


List of printed written evidence

List of additional written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament

Oral and written evidence

Tuesday 30 October 2012: Peter Davies, ACPO Lead on Child Protection and Abuse Investigation and Missing Children

Tuesday 20 November 2012: Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt, ACPO E-Crime Lead, and Deputy Chief Constable Peter Goodman, Regional E-crime Lead for East Midlands

Tuesday 11 December 2012: Commissioner Adrian Leppard, City of London Police; Detective Chief Superintendent Charlie McMurdie, Head of Police Central E-Crime Unit, and Andy Archibald, Deputy Director, Cyber and Forensics, Serious Organised Crime Agency; Professor Peter Sommer and Professor Ross Anderson

Tuesday 29 January 2013: Tom Ironside, Director of Business and Regulation, British Retail Consortium, and Mike Andrews, National E-Crime Co-ordination Manager for the National Trading Standards E-Crime Centre

Tuesday 26 February 2013: Sarah Hunter, Head of UK Public Policy, Google, and Simon Milner, Director of Policy UK and Ireland, facebook, and Sinéad McSweeney, Director of Public Policy EMEA, Twitter

Tuesday 16 April 2013: David Livingstone, Associate Fellow, International Security Research Directorate, Chatham House, and Professor Sadie Creese, Professor of Cyber Security at the University of Oxford, Director of Oxford University’s Cyber Security Centre, and Dr Ian Brown, Associate Director of Oxford University’s Cyber Security Centre, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute; Anthony Browne, Chief Executive, British Bankers’ Association, and Matthew Allen, Director, Financial Crime, British Bankers’ Association, and Katy Worobec, Head of Fraud, Financial Fraud Action UK

Tuesday 23 April 2013: Art Coviello, Executive Chairman, RSA, The Security Division of EMC², Professor Jim Norton, Engineering The Future, and Ilias Chantzos, Senior Director, Government Affairs for EMEA and APJ, Symantec

Written evidence

Additional written evidence

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Prepared 30 July 2013