CSN Blog

News

ScamSpotter.org Launch – Thank you!

By: Taryn Porter On May 28th of 2020, Cybercrime Support Network and Google joined forces and launched ScamSpotter.org to help...
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News

Stop Move Order

With many states still under stay-at-home orders, traveling seems to be something of the past. For some of us, the...
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General CSN

#ChatSMB featuring Robert Herjavec – Twitter Chat Recap

In yesterday’s #ChatSMB, we covered small business cybersecurity in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you to all of...
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Guest Blog

Cybersecurity for Small Businesses with a Remote Workforce

Kiersten Todt, Managing Director, Cyber Readiness Institute Craig Moss, Director – Content, Cyber Readiness Institute No company is an island...
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General CSN

#ChatSMB with Keeper Security – Twitter Chat Recap

Thank you to all of those who participated in yesterday’s Twitter chat, #ChatSMB. We had so much fun chatting with...
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General CSN

#GivingTuesdayNow

Today is #GivingTuesdayNow! Due to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, #GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and...
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Resources

Resources for Military Personnel and Families

May is Military Appreciation Month, and we’re kicking it off by introducing a new resource on FraudSupport.org, our resource hub...
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Resources

Resources for Remote Work and Small Businesses

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many businesses and employees have transitioned to working remotely. While you stay home to keep...
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Tips

How Online COVID-19 Scams are Affecting College Students

Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve all dramatically adjusted our lives in ways that many would have never anticipated. Social...
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Guest Blog

Advocating for Older Adults Who Have Experienced the Trauma of Financial Fraud

Laura Cook, Esq., Director of Training & Technical Assistance, National Center for Victims of Crime Crimes affecting vulnerable populations, such...
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General CSN

Cybercrime Victims: A Law Enforcement Perspective

Jim Ellis D/F/Lt. Commander of the Michigan Cyber-Command Center (MC3), Michigan State Police interviewed by Taryn Porter Victims often turn...
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News

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) starts on April 19th and ends on April 25th, 2020. This year’s theme is...
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Press Release

NICB and Cybercrime Support Network Partner to Warn the Public About COVID-19 Scams

DES PLAINES, Ill.—The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) and the Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) are partnering to educate online users about scams surrounding...
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General CSN

The Month of the Military Child

Christine Chapeau, Director of Partner Relations at Cybercrime Support Network April is the Month of the Military Child. For firsthand...
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Guest Blog

Microsoft Takes Action Against World’s Largest Online Criminal Network

What is a botnet? A botnet is a network of internet-connected, malware-infected devices that can be used to commit cyberattacks...
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General CSN

2019 Year In Review

2019 was a year of growth and learning for the Cybercrime Support Network (CSN). The entire team at CSN is...
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Tips

National Caregiver’s Day – Top Scams Affecting Older Adults: How You Can Help

Cybercrime affects every age group. Often, older adults are targeted by scammers for their more established savings, medical benefits, tax...
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Guest Blog

Impostors: Stealing Money, Damaging Lives

Guest blog by AARP They may contact you by phone. Or online. They may even come right to your front...
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Guest Blog

The Epidemic of Romance Fraud

By Steve Baker, International Investigations Specialist, Better Business Bureau What is romance fraud?  Scammers create fake profiles, often using stolen...
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Tips

#RedHeartsRedFlags – Romance Scams, Young Adults

Applications like Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, and Hinge are popular dating platforms for young adults! While these apps can be a...
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