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Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witness (19 Jan 2021)

Chi Onwurah: ...threats to national security—future and evolving threats? For example, do you think this Bill would have helped to mitigate the impact of the recent SolarWinds Orion network monitoring hack, which was also mentioned by a previous witness?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

...attached something to the network is frankly a nightmare, so you need to be anticipating. It is not clear that there are mechanisms for that anticipation in the Bill. Given the SolarWinds Orion hacking, which is a recent example of something that will take a long time to sort out and is precisely what you do not want to happen in the future, it would be sensible to get someone like NCSC to...

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

...called advanced persistent threats, which is an actor embedding themself into parts of the environment, staying hidden for a while and potentially collecting credentials—think of the SolarWinds hack that is in the news at the moment. We take all those threats extremely seriously at BT. For as long as we have operated, we have worked very closely with all aspects of Government, and in...

Procedure and Privileges Committee - Motion to Agree: Amendment to the Motion (14 Dec 2020)

Lord Shinkwin: ...the example of duty and public service to her people set by our sovereign during one of the deepest domestic crises of her long reign? So, why, closer to home, here in your Lordships' House, do we hack at the roots of such a noble tradition by denigrating, rather than celebrating, such a strong sense of duty and public service passed down from one generation to the next by some of this...

Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 75A (10 Dec 2020)

Lord King of Bridgwater: ...pose will feature in our news broadcasts and papers in the days ahead. It will obviously be a big issue. One recalls that the NHS was practically brought to a grinding halt from its systems being hacked and disrupted. There is this, as well, if it is not too dramatic. At the time of Brexit, when we may be moving towards no deal, there is an idea to take from HMRC its ability to keep every...

Trade Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 9 (7 Dec 2020)

Lord Polak: ...was at a national service taking place to mark the 10th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda, which he described as “an almost unimaginable orgy of violence” with people “hacked to death by machetes … in a country where perpetrators and victims had previously lived together as neighbours”. Rabbi Sacks continued by explaining that, the next day, 18 February...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (Exams) (3 Dec 2020)

Willie Rennie: ...about talk of immunity passports for getting into shops and restaurants or on to planes. Putting personal information on to large databases means risks to privacy and the possibility of fraud, hacking and theft. The World Health Organization questions the value of immunity passports, and the UK Government has said that it has no plans to introduce them. I want to go further, and I think...

Covid-19: Access to Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment — [Esther McVey in the Chair] (2 Dec 2020)

Alex Norris: ...specialist cancer nurses. Where are we up to with that? The most important message that any of us can send today is to a person listening to this, watching this or following the coverage who has a hacking cough, a lump or bump or blood in the stool, and has previously used the pandemic—as perhaps many of us would—as a reason not to access care. I ask them to please not do that. The NHS...

Cancer in Teenagers and Young Adults — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (1 Dec 2020)

Alex Norris: ...young people? I want to conclude by saying, as have all Members who have taken part: if any young person, or indeed anyone at all, who is watching this is worried about possible symptoms, such as hacking cough, blood in the stool, or a lump or bump that they do not recognise—whatever it is—they should please not think that we are distracted by fighting the coronavirus and that they...

Telecommunications (Security) Bill (30 Nov 2020)

Bob Seely: ...s deepening relationship with BT. My hon. Friend the Member for Totnes (Anthony Mangnall) spoke about Nortel. We must remember that Huawei had a supply contract with Nortel, during which time it hacked its way into Nortel’s systems and stole everything, like a parasite within a body. Nortel was one of the great, spectacular Canadian bankruptcies of the early 21st century. Why? Because...

High Speed Rail (West Midlands–Crewe) Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 5 (30 Nov 2020)

Lord Blencathra: ...lasting 50 or 70 years, may be perfectly valid to support commercial timber growing, but in the woodlands we are looking at a lot of trees that will be short and stumpy things, since Network Rail hacks down anything above 20 feet in any case if it gets too tall and interferes with the lines, which is fair enough. Is it seriously suggested that we need trees from warmer climates since...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ethiopia (24 Nov 2020)

Stephen Doughty: ...in the 1980s are seared into the memories of the British people and the world, and yet again we are on the brink of another tragedy for the people of that wonderful country: hundreds of civilians hacked to death, tens of thousands of refugees, hundreds of thousands cut off from assistance, women and children caught in the violence between rebels and a Government now threatening to shell a...

National Security and Investment Bill (17 Nov 2020)

Tim Loughton: ...institutes per capita of any country in the world. We all know that ultimately the CCP has a claim on any data held by Chinese companies, where it does not need to go to the inconvenience of hacking into a foreign company’s database, as happens all too often. That includes TikTok, as we have heard from many hon. Members—in particular, my hon. Friend the Member for Wealden (Ms Ghani),...

Scottish Parliament: Veterans and Armed Forces Community (17 Nov 2020)

Graeme Dey: .... The project will add technical cyberskills to the students’ existing training and experience. Twenty ex-military participants are taking part in the eight-week programme to learn ethical hacking and penetration skills, at Abertay University and through online study and work placements. The programme restarted in September, having been interrupted by Covid-19. Not only serving personnel...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Vehicles: Charging Points (16 Nov 2020)

Adam Afriyie: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what assessment he has made of the potential for private and public electric vehicle charging points to be hacked by cyber criminals or hostile foreign governments.

Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill - Second Reading (11 Nov 2020)

Lord Anderson of Ipswich: ...rapidly changing background of personal relationships and group dynamics, is less obviously within the competence of a judge, or indeed any external person, than a decision to intercept a line or hack a device. Internal, not external, authorisation is provided for by Section 20.1(12) of Canada’s CSIS Act, of which the House has heard mention today, although it is fair to say that some...

Bank Recovery and Resolution (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (10 Nov 2020)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I welcome the noble Baroness, Lady Penn, to this exclusive club that hacks through Treasury statutory instruments. I am sure she has been briefed that this is but a formality—the Labour Party will never support a fatal Motion against an affirmative statutory instrument, and the instruments are not amendable so what we do here has no real impact. To some extent, this influences the...

Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill - Commons Reasons: Motion E1 (as an amendment to Motion E) (21 Oct 2020)

Baroness Ludford: ...card would give an additional layer of safety against criminal attempts to ‘hijack’ someone’s status.” We are being warned all the time about cybersecurity, and the dangers of malware, hacking and so on. The report says that, in a recent survey of 3,000 EU citizens, apparently more than 10% had been asked “to provide proof of settled status, and that the digital only status was...

Public Bill Committee: Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill: Schedule 2 - International Criminal Court Act 2001 (20 Oct 2020)

Kevan Jones: ...that in Iraq and, in particular, in Afghanistan, we had a lot of respiratory problems to do with bacteria, because the air was full of pathogens and other things. People might not have had a hacking cough but, a year or so later when they got home, they started to have such symptoms. Again, they might not have related that to their service straightaway, or with certainty, but it was later...

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill - Report: Amendment 12 (8 Oct 2020)

Lord Blencathra: ...that the River Tamar could not be crossed because it was a boundary since pre-historic times. I can imagine the Neanderthal Lib Dem predecessor to the noble Lord, Lord Rennard, a good party hack, arguing before a Palaeolithic boundary inspector that their caves in Devon were a distinct community and different from those in Cornwall. The real motivation behind the representations made by...


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