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Reporting Solutions for Every Cyber Threat
Scam calls are attempts to deceive and trick you into providing personal information or money to fraudsters.
"Hello, this is the tech support team calling from XYZ company. We've detected a virus on your computer, and we need remote access to fix it. Please follow our instructions."When someone tries to trick you into sharing personal information, like passwords or credit card details, through fake messages or emails.
If you get an email that seems suspicious, asking for sensitive info or directing you to a strange website, select this category.Ransomware is a type of cyber attack that locks your important files, and the attacker demands money to unlock them.
If your computer files are suddenly encrypted, and you receive a message asking for money to get them back, select this category.Cyberbullying is when people use social media to hurt, scare, or bully others.
If you experience mean or harmful messages, threats, or bullying on social media or other online platforms, select this category.Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information to pretend to be you and commit fraud or other crimes.
If you suspect someone is using your identity to open accounts or make purchases, select this category.Social media hacking can lead to misuse of your personal info or unauthorized posts.
If you notice unusual activities on your social media accounts or if you can't log in, select this category or report to proper authority.Credit card fraud is when someone uses your credit card without permission to make unauthorized purchases.
If you see suspicious transactions on your credit card statement or lost your credit card, select this category.Hacking of your computer or phone involves unauthorized access to your device or data by someone else for stealing or destruction purpose.
If you suspect your computer or phone has been compromised, or if you find unusual activities, select this category.It also known as non-consensual pornography, a harmful act where explicit images or videos of a person are shared without their consent. If you or someone you know has been affected by revenge porn, report such incidents by clicking the links below:
Romance scams are online cons where fraudsters create fake personas on dating websites and social media to establish romantic relationships with unsuspecting individuals. They manipulate emotions and trust of the victim.
How it works?
If you've been a victim of online crime, don't lose hope. Visit the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) at www.IC3.gov. By reporting your crime, you help the FBI track down cyber criminals worldwide. Provide detailed information about the incident, including dates, times, and relevant details. Your report contributes to identifying patterns, gathering evidence, and bringing criminals to justice. Reporting to the IC3 not only helps your case but also protects others from similar crimes. The IC3 also provides resources and tips to stay vigilant against online threats. Join the fight against cybercrime by reporting to the IC3 today.
"Develop a strong grasp of cybersecurity awareness, as it acts as your shield in the digital world. By staying informed, following best practices, and protecting your online presence, you equip yourself to navigate the online realm safely and confidently. #Cyber_Awareness_is_Key
Answers to Your Most Common Questions
A: If you suspect you have been a victim of a cybercrime, take immediate action. Secure your devices, change passwords, and disconnect from the internet. Report the incident to our website or your local law enforcement agency, and consider seeking assistance from cybersecurity professionals.
A: Protecting yourself from cyber threats starts with practicing good cybersecurity hygiene. Use strong and unique passwords, keep your devices and software up to date, be cautious of suspicious emails or links, and regularly backup your important data. Stay informed about the latest cybersecurity best practices through our educational resources.
A: When reporting a cybercrime, include as much information as possible, such as the nature of the incident, any evidence you have, the date and time it occurred, and any relevant details about the perpetrator or suspicious activities. The more information you provide, the better equipped law enforcement or cybersecurity experts will be to investigate the incident.
A: Yes, we understand the need for anonymity in certain situations. You have the option to submit a report anonymously on our website. However, providing contact information can be helpful for follow-up questions or updates on your reported incident. Rest assured that we treat all information with strict confidentiality.
A: Besides reporting cybercrimes, you can raise awareness about cybersecurity among your friends, family, and community. Share our resources, educate others about common threats, and encourage them to adopt secure practices.
Your contribution helps us develop innovative solutions, fund research, and educate the public to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals.