One of the UK’s fastest growing crimes came under the spotlight earlier this month, as identity fraud moved ‘centre stage’ once again. National Identity Fraud Prevention Week has set the scene for a major conference in November 2011, which will see World leaders descend upon central London, all of whom are no doubt hoping to thrash out a solution to this difficult problem.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seems likely to address London’s first cyberspace conference, which aims to start a high-level debate between people working in cyberspace throughout the World. Hosted by Foreign Secretary William Hague, the conference aims to help both private and public sector representatives better understand how to safeguard opportunities in cyberspace. The London conference will also consider wider societal issues including cyber threats, online safety, and…
…how governments can effectively regulate the internet!
You can learn more about the above here: National Identity Fraud Prevention Week (PDF 47KB)