The Department of Homeland Security created the following resources and materials in order to inform federal, state, and local government officials and employees about cybersecurity.
The Department of Homeland Security created the following resources and materials in order to aid Law Enforcement personnel in combating cybercrime and spreading cybersecurity awareness in their communities.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) provides the public with a mechanism to report suspected Internet-facilitated criminal activity.
The National Cyber Security Alliance website, StaySafeOnline.Org, offers tips and guides to limit the risk of falling victim to a cybercrime. Resources available through this page cover topics such as phishing, online shopping, parental controls, and mobile device safety.
The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team’s (US-CERT) National Cyber Awareness System is a free, subscription based notification system that provides regular updates on security topics and threats. The system offers information designed for those with technical expertise, as well as advice for the general public.