The Internet Services Providers’ Association is to give evidence to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee as part of its inquiry into personal internet security.
James Blessing, chief operating officer at Entanet, Matthew Henton, head of marketing at Brightview and Camille de Stempel, director of policy at AOL, will give evidence to the committee hearing on 14 March. All three are ISPA council members.
The three ISPA witnesses are expected to highlight the importance of a multi-stakeholder approach that addresses the economic, technological and social issues of online security.
Jessica Hendrie-Liaño, chair of the trade association’s council, said “Tackling personal internet security must be a joint effort between the internet industry, the government and, significantly, end-users. It is important that the nature of the internet is understood and the success of the industry’s hard work to date is acknowledged.”
ISPA has already submitted written evidence to the inquiry.
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