A new centralised police unit tasked with tackling IT crime is set to get the official go-ahead, according to a leading computer crime officer. Speaking at the SecureLondon conference, hosted by security certification firm ISC2 last week, detective sergeant Clive Blake of the Metropolitan Police Service expressed confidence that the planned Police Central E-crime Unit (PCEU) will get sufficient Home Office funding to “run effectively for the next three years”…
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