Resources and Helpful Sites

A directory of helpful sites for better security practices, education and incident reporting to authorities.

Have I Been Pwned: Allows you to check if your email address or phone number has been compromised in various data breaches.

Breach Directory: Enables searching through all public data breaches to check if emails, usernames, passwords, and domains have been compromised.

Firefox Monitor: Searches known data breaches since 2007 to see if your information was compromised, with continual monitoring for new breaches.

DeHashed: Offers free deep-web scans and protection against credential leaks, along with breach alerts and notifications.

Avast’s Email & Password Leak Checker: Provides tools to check if your email and password have been exposed in any data breaches.

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): Run by the FBI, IC3 is the central hub for reporting cybercrime in the United States. It provides a platform for reporting various types of cybercrime, including fraud and identity theft​​​​.

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA): CISA offers secure means for reporting incidents, phishing attempts, malware, and vulnerabilities. 

FBI’s National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF): Led by the FBI, this task force consists of more than 30 agencies from the Intelligence Community and is a key hub within the government for investigating cybercrime​​​​.

Report Ransomware to CISA: This platform is specifically for reporting ransomware incidents to the U.S. government. Victims can report their incidents to the FBI, CISA, or the U.S. Secret Service, with a single report ensuring that all relevant agencies are notified​​.

U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division: This division handles the reporting of computer, internet-related, or intellectual property crime. Reports can be made at local, state, federal, or international levels, depending on the scope of the crime​​.

CISA’s Cyber Threats and Advisories : CISA also provides the latest cybersecurity news, advisories, alerts, tools, and resources. This includes information and resources for incident detection, response, and prevention of malware, phishing, and ransomware​​.

CISA’s Free Cybersecurity Services & Tools: Offers a list of free services mapped to recommended cybersecurity practices, aligned with the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cybersecurity Framework.

Cybersecurity Best Practices by CISA: Details latest news and training opportunities in cybersecurity best practices, with a focus on holiday online shopping security.

CISA’s Resources for Individuals and Families: Information about cybersecurity best practices, detecting misinformation, and more.

FDIC on Cybersecurity Basics: Covers common cyber-related crimes like identity theft, frauds, and scams.


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