CSN and CISA Announce New Cyber Resource Catalog

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Cybercrime Support Network and CISA Announce New Cyber Resource Catalog
A Searchable Catalog of Resources for Individuals and Small Businesses Impacted by a Cyber Incident

Nov. 12, 2020 (ANN ARBOR, MICH)Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) are proud to announce the launch of a Cyber Resource Catalog (CRC) on FightCybercrime.org. This searchable, online catalog of resources is available for individuals and small businesses impacted by a cyber incident to assist in response, reporting, and security reinforcement after a cyber incident occurs. State, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) agencies can also use the resource to refer residents in need of help. 

“FightCybercrime.org has supported over 650,000 visitors since its launch on Nov. 14, 2018,” said Kristin Judge, CEO and founder of CSN. “The new Cyber Resource Catalog will make it even easier for those impacted by a cyber incident to find the resources they need to recover. We are so thankful for our partnership with CISA and the opportunity to launch this new feature on Fightcybercrime.org’s 2nd anniversary.”

Using the Cyber Resource Catalog, Fightcybercrime.org visitors are able to type in keywords to search the catalog and filter their results by threat type and audience type. Threat type filters include identity theft, financial/purchase scams, hacked account/device, and more. Audience type filters include older adults and caregivers; children, teens, and young adults; military personnel and their families; and small and medium businesses.

The Cyber Resource Catalog was funded by a cooperative agreement between CSN and CISA through a State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) Reporting and Threat Information Sharing Pilot Project. CSN and CISA are also working with partners to create and test a standardized reporting structure to capture more cyber threat information and actively share that data with SLTT and Federal agencies with authority to act on the complaint. In addition, this cooperative agreement will produce a feasibility report framing the steps needed to implement a national cyber incident reporting and response center for threats impacting individuals and SMBs.

CSN encourages everyone to visit the new Cyber Resource Catalog and share with family and friends.

About Cybercrime Support Network
Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) is a public-private, nonprofit collaboration created to be the voice of cybercrime victims. With the strong support of our sponsors, Craig Newmark Philanthropies AT&TComcastGoogleMicrosoftTrend Micro, CSN can continue to support individuals and small businesses through FightCyberime.org, a resource database for those affected by cybercrime and online fraud, and ScamSpotter.org, a website to help identify scams and stop fraudsters.
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