Microsoft hosted 190 police and law enforcement officers for three days’ training in IT forensics this week, saving the government some £325,000. It’s Microsoft’s way of giving something back to the industry, says Ed Gibson, the former FBI agent who became Microsoft UK’s computer security advisor four years ago. But the event highlights the lack of public sector funding for fighting e-crime, at a time when the cost of hacking and virus attacks on businesses is growing…
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