Creating a ‘single front door’ to battle online CSEA

Written by PA Consuling on 18 June 2019 in Sponsored Article
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New research from PA Consulting indicates that the way government, law enforcement, technology companies and third sector organisations collaborate must change

With a view to further exploring how to enhance the collective response, we spoke to organisations across government, law enforcement, the third sector and industry to identify the challenges and find a path towards better protecting children.

Our research found the national response to online CSEA requires a re-think of the way government, law enforcement, technology companies and third sector organisations collaborate.

Clare Fraser and Graham Lovell, PA defence and security experts, outline why a new approach to online CSEA is needed: 

A single point of coordination for stakeholders involved in the response to online child exploitation and abuse (CSEA) can help the community share advice, better utilise their specialist capabilities and improve the collective response to the end-to-end threat.

Click here to read the full report - A Tangled Web: Rethinking the Approach to Online CSEA

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Clare Fraser and Graham Lovell are Defence and Security Experts at PA Consulting

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