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Unauthorised tapping into or hacking of mobile communications

14 June 2011

On Tuesday 14 June, the Home Affairs Committee will take evidence on the unauthorised tapping into or hacking of mobile communications.

The session provides an opportunity to explore the role of the mobile phone companies in advising customers on security, protecting the data of their customers, and in notifying customers of any suspected breaches of security or data protection.

Witnesses

The hearing will take place in the Wilson Room.

At 11.00 a.m.
  • Ms Julie Steele, Head of Fraud, Risk and Security, Vodafone UK
  • Mr Adrian Gorham, Group Head of Fraud, Security and Business Continuity, Telefonica O2
  • Mr James Blendis, Vice President Legal, Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile UK)

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