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Joint Task Force Fights Cyber Crime 24 Hours a Day

From FBI News Blog-

What task force is this, you may ask.  It is the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF), comprised of nearly two dozen federal intelligence, military, and law enforcement agencies, along with local law enforcement and international and private industry partners. 111 more words

Government Information

Staying Safe Online - facebook

Please visit and ‘like’ the Facebook page helping parents and their children in Coventry and Warwickshire stay safe online.

Community Safety

Online Harassment- A Virtual Crime With Real Consequences

Ashutosh Kumar Pandey

 

Abstract

With increment in the use of computer and internet in day to day work, we are facing a threat as a side effect. 160 more words

Articles On Social Studies

Are you #cyberstreetwise?

Answer three simple questions to create your own ‘To Do list’.

With the help of your list you can stay Cyber Streetwise and avoid becoming Cyber Unwise.

Find the questions here

Community Safety

Obama Signs Order to Tighten Security for Federal Credit Cards

U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on Friday to beef up security measures for federal credit cards, and urged banks and retailers to follow suit in an effort to combat the growing threat of identity fraud. 430 more words

General

Gods, Monsters and Pandas – Threats Lurking in the Cyber Realm

With new viruses constantly being developed and new groups being formed all the time, hackers should use their creative minds to come up with original names to distinguish their tools/group from the rest. 485 more words

Cyber Intelligence

Delhi cop posing as NRI transfers Rs 35 lakh into own account

A Delhi police constable posing as an NRI account holder in a nationalized bank branch in Goa transferred 35 lakh into his bank accounts in Delhi through an alleged fraudulent online transaction, but ran out of luck after cyber crime cell sleuths of Goa police cracked the hacking code and traced him with the booty. 408 more words

Delhi Police