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The UK’s Response to Cyber Fraud: A Strategic Vision

Sneha Dawda, Ardi Janjeva and Anton Moiseienko
Occasional Papers, 22 February 2021
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, Cyber, Cyber Security, Organised Crime and Policing, UK Integrated Review 2021, UK
This paper provides targeted, long-term recommendations for stakeholders across government, law enforcement and the private sector to tackle cyber fraud.

As technology continues to develop, the cybercrime landscape is rapidly evolving, requiring an agile, coordinated and strategic approach across law enforcement, government and the private sector. To build an effective response to the threat, this paper calls on the Home Office to lay out the UK government’s vision for tackling cyber fraud in a dedicated strategy underpinned with investment. This strategy should be designed and implemented with the support of UK business. The authors outline a series of recommendations which should form the basis of this approach moving forward.

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Sneha Dawda
Research Analyst

Sneha is a Research Analyst in cyber threats and cyber security. Her research focuses on cyber security policy and strategy both... read more

Ardi Janjeva
Research Analyst

Ardi is a Research Analyst in organised crime and policing. His research currently focuses on the applications of intelligence and... read more

Anton Moiseienko
Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies

Anton Moiseienko is a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. His current and recent work covers a... read more

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