The Government has set out recommendations in tackling the rise of internet crime, after a Home Affairs Select Committee found that the UK was being "too complacent" over online criminal activity.
According to the recommendations:
- More police officers to be trained in digital crime detection.
- Officers to be equipped with digital forensic skills.
- Government and the private sector to educate users and maintain awareness of the threat.
- Improved awareness among internet users could help tackle e-crime.
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