British and American intelligence plan to increase cooperation in the field of e-Security




Britain and the United States plans to increase cooperation in the field of cyber security through the formation of an “electronic cells” for the exchange of intelligence information and launch coordinated attacks to test the defense systems in the bodies including banks, according to British Prime Minister David Cameron said.

The Cameron’s visit to Washington, the two-day focus on the economy and security, is scheduled to hold a second meeting with US President Barack Obama Friday at the White House.

Cameron said Bartaana Broadcasting Corporation “BBC” BBC in an interview broadcast Friday, “We have a tremendous defensive capabilities of electronic We have the experience and this must unite and will form a electronic cells on both sides of the Atlantic for the exchange of information.”

According to the “BBC” that cooperation between the British government communications, known as “JC THQ” headquarters GCHQ and told US national security will include joint military exercises begin this year and will include the first workouts Bank of England and the banks trade in the British capital London, Wall Street.

British Prime Minister said he also intends to discuss with Obama what can the United States and Britain have done to increase cooperation with large Internet companies such as Facebook and Google to monitor communications between suspected “terrorists”.



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