At lunch the other day, I read an interesting story at SecureWorks, about an undercover FBI operation for tracing the identity and locations of cyber criminals involved in identity theft. (See DarkMarket: FBI Sting Closes E-Doors)
As frequently happens when reading one article, I followed a link from that article to the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance where I eventually ended up at the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a partnership endeavor with the FBI.
I don't suppose that it surprises regular Security Garden readers that this path led to the . . .
October 25 Tip of the Day
As stated at IC3, "Internet crime schemes that steal millions of dollars each year from victims continue to plague the Internet through various methods." The IC3 resents a set of "preventative measures that will assist you in being informed prior to entering into transactions over the Internet."
See Internet Crime Prevention Tips