S. Hrg. 106-600: Cybercrime: Hearing before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations United States Senate and the House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress Second Session, Special Hearing February 16, 2000 [open pdf - 282KB]
On February 16, 2000, the Senate Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies of the Committee on Appropriations convenes to discuss and hear testimony on Cybercrime. Giving testimony are Attorney General Janet Reno, Louis Freeh of the FBI, and William Reinsch of the Department of Commerce. Janet Reno discusses "Federal law enforcement response to computer crime ", "building a strong partnership", and "appropriations needs". Louis Freeh testifies as to a need for cooperation, changing technology challenges, denial of service, Cybercrime and computer intrusion threats, Innocent Images, Terrorist and foreign threats strategy, Cybercrime fighting strategies , National Infrastructure Protection Center, International cooperation, Building prosecutorial experts, Partnership with industry and academia, Building forensic and technical capabilities, Counterencryption, and Developing computer ethics. William Reinsch discusses Additional statutory authority requirements, Private sector versus Federal Government role, Coordination among Federal agencies, FBI lead agency roles, Coordination of law enforcement, the National Information Protection Center [NIPC], the Role of the National Security Council, the Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office, the Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection, Law enforcement outreach to e-commerce industry, FBI relationships with private sector, and the Need for uniform standards.
S Serial Number 106-600