As we’re nearing the end of October and the National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), I’d like to provide you with a list of resources related to the items I’ve been tweeting and posting on social media all month. You may want to bookmark this post for future reference because you may not need these resources today, but you will eventually need one for yourself or a friend.
- Stop Cyberbullying – a very thorough website full of resources
- National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC): Cyberbullying
- Rugby Jones – Be sure to download the FREE No Bully Zones Manual!
- We Animate Character Education– resources, games and puzzles for parents, teachers and the community
- Anti-Phishing Working Group (email@example.com)
- Better Business Bureau (investigates disagreements between businesses and customers)
- CyberTipLine, operated by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (investigates cases of online sexual exploitation of children; 1-800-843-5678)
- Electronic Crimes Task Forces and Working Groups
- The Secret Service (investigates fraudulent use of currency)
- StopFraud.Gov Victims of Fraud Resources
- U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT)
- U.S. Department of Justice – Cybercrime
- U.S. Postal Inspection Service (investigates fraudulent online auctions and other cases involving the mail)
- Your State Attorney General (the National Association of Attorneys General keeps a current contact list)
The National Cyber Security Alliance would like to thank the National Sheriffs’ Association and International Association of Chiefs of Police for their assistance in creating this resource.