Cooperation ISPs/Goverments: the US practice

Law Enforcement Already Has A Way To Share ‘Cybersecurity’ Info With Companies; Why Do We Need CISPA? | Techdirt. 27 April 2012

The post is a reminder of what is going on beyond the scenes, but not necessarily secretly if one pays attention to what is going on. “ the National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), […] has a legal agreement with the government that allows it to then hand over info to the FBI. Conveniently, the FBI has a unit, the Cyber Initiative and Resource Fusion Unit,” located in the NCFTA quarters. We are often forgetting that priate companies have created units to deal with cybercrime. Microsoft has one unit multidisciplinary that tries to propose new approaches to problems, approaches not even welcome in the company

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About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
This entry was posted in Corporate Responsibility, Countries - US, General - Legal/non legal responses to cybercrime, Investigation-2- Interception of communication. Bookmark the permalink.

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