Tif to take hackers to task

Friday, 18 October 2002, 1:59 PM EST

Blue-chip user group The Corporate IT Forum (Tif) has set up a security taskforce to work with the police on combating hacking and viruses.

Tif's Information Security Task Force has members from 47 of the FTSE100 companies and aims to improve response times to problems and address continuing vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure.

The group plans to aid police with high-tech criminal prosecutions without companies having to release proprietary secrets or suffer damage to their brands.

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