A Resource Database for Cybercrime Victims and Law Enforcement
As a public-private nonprofit organization, CSN has created FraudSupport.org as the first nationwide initiative developed specifically to help cybercrime victims through a process of “Report, Recover, and Reinforce” after an incident occurs.Check back often for new resources and reporting improvements.
Fighting fraud is a team effort. With support from Google, the Cybercrime Support Network is working to help everyone be scam aware and stop fraudsters for good.
To learn more about ScamSpotter.org, check out Google’s blog by Vint Cerf, Google VP & Chief Internet Evangelist.
CSN has been awarded a cooperative agreement with the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to develop a State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) Reporting and Threat Information Sharing Pilot for cyber incidents impacting consumers and SMBs. CSN will work with partners to create a standardized reporting structure to capture cyber incidents and share with SLTT and Federal agencies with authority to act on the information.
Utilizing funds from the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime and the Victims of Crime Act, CSN is piloting a call/text/chat program to support cybercrime victims in several states utilizing the existing 211 national network — a toll-free, human services phone number and chat line supporting over 95 percent of Americans — as a reporting and triage line for victims of cybercrime. CSN is training 211 referral specialists to assist victims with reporting and referring them to response and recovery resources.