Law Enforcement Links
In an effort to assist fellow officers, we have listed common investigative site links that will provide help to you in your endeavors of solving computer crime.
Computer Crime, Security, Investigations & Training
- American Society of Industrial Security
- Computer Security Response Team (CERT)
- High Technology Crime Investigation Association
- Information Systems Security Association
- MIS Training Institute
- Online List of Internet Providers
- SANS Institute
- Tracing, Pinging, and Verifying IPs/Email
Credit Card Fraud & White Collar Crimes
- FinCEN-Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
- International Money Laundering Information Network (IMOLIN)
- National Check Fraud Center
Computer Crime Information
Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) - Section attorneys advise federal prosecutors and law enforcement agents; comment upon and propose legislation; coordinate international efforts to combat computer crime; litigate cases; and train law enforcement groups. Other areas of expertise possessed by CCIPS attorneys include encryption, electronic privacy laws, search and seizure of computers, e-commerce, hacker investigations, and intellectual property crimes.
Cybercrime - Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Disinfojournal - The disinfojournal deals with topics in all areas of disinformation. This includes, but is not limited to, library and information science, information technology, electronic publishing, database management, data mining, knowledge production, knowledge dissemination and of course malinformation and disinformation approached from sociological, philosophical, theoretical, technical, and applied perspectives.
FS/ISAC - Subsidiary of Science Application International Corporation (SAIC) provides a full complement of information protection, electronic commerce security, consulting, and engineering services worldwide.
Hoaxbusters (CIAC Hoax Pages) - A public service of the Computer Incident Advisory Center (CIAC) team and the U.S. Department of Energy. In addition to describing hoaxes and chain letters found on the Internet, this site discusses how to recognize hoaxes, what to do about them, and some of the history of hoaxes on the Internet.
McAfee Virus Information Library - More than 58,000 virus threats exist today. The Virus Information Library has detailed information on where viruses come from, how they infect your system, and how to remove them. In addition to genuine viruses, the Virus Information Library contains useful information on virus hoaxes.
Quatloos! - Exposing scams and frauds.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) - SEC advice on investing over the Internet.