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.