For the first time in its annual report the Office for National Statistics (ONS) - https://www.ons.gov.uk/ - has included the offences of Fraud and *Computer Misuse (also see sub-label 'cybercrime') in The Crime Survey for England and Wales 2016 ons.yearendingsept2016/pdf
MTEB & IDF .\fcord adopted Chapter 18 as a focus group from the original Computer Misuse Act (CMA) 1990 Chapter 18 which makes wide provision for events associated with misuse of computer devices and systems; CMA has been to subjected to amendments over the years, such as The Police and Justice Act 2006 Chapter 48 amends the Computer Misuse Act, see Part 5 sections 35-38. The new amendments came into force on October 1, 2008.
Recent work of Chapter 18 can be found here http://trewmte.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/investigating-aka-usim-milenage-attack.html
Investigating AKA - USIM MILENAGE Attack
For the last two years Chapter 18, Smith et al have been studying AKA (authentication and key agreement). One candidate for AKA is MILENAGE which, in 2014 & published 2015, was hacked using DPA (a side channel attack).
Having spent 2016 researching through a huge range of documents, presentation, test data and scripts etc., it was noted there had been nothing written as to what to look for and how practitioners could handle this information. It is hoped with the discussion, embedded links and those willing to learn this presentation goes some way to help in that regard.