Cyber Security

Britain launches FBI-style force and new crime strategy

“Britain launched a new crime-fighting agency on Monday and unveiled a revamped strategy to combat serious organized crime, which it says costs the country 24 billion pounds ($38.6 billion) and represents a threat to national security. At the heart of what the government vowed would be a tougher new approach is the National Crime Agency (NCA), dubbed Britain’s version of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) by media, which will focus on organized, economic and cyber crime, border policing and child sex abuse.”

Source: Britain launches FBI-style force and new crime strategy | Reuters

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