Fight against cyber crime



So who investigates Cybercrime?

What to do if you are a victim of cybercrime?

How to report cybercrime if you are a business?

Where to go if you are just not sure.

You also must first answer the following questions:

  • Does it meet the any investigative or prosecutorial thresholds?
  • Is there a high enough monetary loss (the prosecuting attorney's office will calculate compensatory losses not punitive losses)
  • Is it a case with a community impact?
  • Is it a breach of a Business or are you a personal victim of cybercrime?
  • Cyber crime requires a coordinated effort from multiple law enforcement agencies
  • No single agency will ever have the resources to combat cyber crime alone
  • Cyber crime is borderless
  • There are no reliable number on how big the cyber crime problem is
  • Cyber crimes continue to rise each year as criminals find new ways to exploit technologies
  • Many traditional crimes have a cyber component
  • Many cyber crimes go unreported
  • No single organization or government is responsible for collecting data on cyber crimes


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