National Compliment Day – We love our partners and sponsors!

January 24th is National Compliment Day, and we want to take a moment to compliment each of the amazing organizations that work with us. Thank you all for supporting our mission! We are grateful to work with so many incredible sponsors and partners every day. 


From ransomware simulators to phishing tests, our sponsors at KnowBe4 have a wealth of valuable IT security tools to keep your small business safe! If you’re looking for more risk management, our sponsors at Lynx Technology Partners are experts in the field.

NordVPN is the smartest way to browse the internet! If you’re looking for a great virtual private network, they’ve got you covered. 

Our awesome affiliate partners at My Computer Works will diagnose your computer for potential virus threats at no cost to you.

Our sponsor, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, gives to so many incredible organizations. Craig Newmark Philanthropies supports important causes like trustworthy journalism and the information ecosystem, voter protection, women in technology, and veterans/military families.

Trend Micro promotes internet safety education with their wonderful programs for kids, families, small businesses, and universities!

Our generous sponsors at Verizon, AT&T, and Google have given us the resources to further expand our efforts in cybercrime and online fraud recovery. Thanks to their contributions, we’ve been able to serve more victims in need. 

Comcast is committed to funding innovation and research in tech. We are so proud to work with them!


We are thrilled with the work that we’ve been able to accomplish alongside United Way Worldwide, UW 211, and 211 partners. Together, we have successfully launched 211 cybercrime support lines in Central Florida, Kent County MI, and Rhode Island in 2019. With the help of these amazing partners, we will launch cybercrime hotlines in North Carolina, New Jersey, and Mississippi in 2020. 

These initiatives are made possible through the grant partnership of National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC). The NCVC does incredible work to support individuals, families, and communities harmed by crime. Victim support is the central component of  our mission, and we are so proud to work with NCVC.

AARP has a great fraud resource center to help you avoid cybercrime. Stay up to date on their Scam Map!

The American Bankers Association (ABA) supports their community through financial education and community development. They offer great programs from senior and youth financial advice to credit tips!

NW3C contributes much needed technology and cybercrime educational support by providing classroom and online resources for law enforcement and regulatory agencies.

The Cyber Threat Alliance is a collaborative effort to improve the landscape of cybersecurity by providing cyber-threat information sharing between cybersecurity organizations. Cyber-threat sharing is crucial to online safety! 

The National Identity Theft Victims Assistance Network (NITVAN) encourages the expansion of victim service programs. They provide helpful resources for victim service providers, law enforcement, and communities.

The Center for Cyber Safety and Education does awesome work with children, parents, and senior citizens. They work hard to promote cyber safety awareness and distribute educational tools!

The ITRC works hard to prevent and mitigate risk of identity theft crimes. Visit their site for a wealth of identity theft resources and education.

Our partners at Cyber Readiness Institute help small to medium businesses by providing a free cyber readiness program.

We are very proud to work with Global Cyber Alliance! They provide free and effective tools to reduce cyber-risk for your business.

Older Adults Technology Service (OATS) is an organization dedicated to empowering seniors to utilize technology. 

The Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center does vital and important work supporting domestic violence victims in crisis. You can visit their safety plan online and call for help any time, 24 hours a day. 

ProtectUsKids works to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation online. Visit their website to learn more about the scope and importance of their mission.

The National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA)  works hard to provide resources to victims of crime, as well as training to victim advocates. 

Learn more about cybersecurity best practices, tools, and threats with the Center for Internet Security (CIS)

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) does necessary work to prevent and combat insurance crimes. 

The Cybersecurity Collaborative was created by CISO, for CISOs, to improve cyber-defense practices through collaboration.

We are proud to partner with a community like the CISO Network, who provide private education and research sharing for cybersecurity professionals.

The Center for International Cyber Intelligence (CI2) serves government, law enforcement, military, corporate entities, small businesses, and the public through training and resources! They specialize in cyber intelligence and computer forensics.

Consumer protection is Georgia Watch’s mission. They work hard to provide financial protection, healthcare access, consumer energy, and access to civil justice for Georgia consumers. 

The Anti-Phishing Work Group (APWG) is a coalition dedicated to data exchange, research, and public awareness.

Nashville’s Family and Children’s Services support individuals in crisis by connecting them to helpful resources! 

The Baker Fraud Report keeps consumers in the loop on mass marketing fraud; scams that are carried out via mail, phone, or internet. Their awesome work focuses on law enforcement and those who work with older consumers!

Call for Action is a network of consumer hotlines. For fifty-five years, their work has empowered individuals by providing solutions. 

The University of Florida’s organization, Cyber Florida, does incredible work in research and education! They are cybersecurity leaders and innovators in the state of Florida!

The National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA)  works to “identify, mitigate, disrupt, and share” in order to neutralize cybercrime. They have wonderful programs to help you with malware, cyber-threats, finances, and more. 

The National Cybersecurity Society improves the cybersecurity and safety of small to medium-sized businesses through education, awareness, and advocacy!

We are proud to partner with the Pegasus Program, who work to provide law enforcement with the capacity to share information securely. 

It is an honor to work with each and every one of these organizations. We want to take a moment to recognize your hard work and dedication to your missions. Thank you for all that you do to make the world a better place! To keep up with our partner spotlights, sign up for our newsletter. To learn more about CSN’s latest initiatives and cybercrime recovery resources, visit our blog, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn!