Welcome to the Law Enforcement Cyber Center
The Law Enforcement Cyber Center (LECC) is designed to assist police chiefs, sheriffs, commanders, patrol officers, digital forensic investigators, detectives, and prosecutors who are investigating and preventing crimes that involve technology.
If you have fallen victim to a scam, or need to report fraud, please file a complaint @ IC3.gov.
Nearly 60% of organizations experienced data loss or exfiltration caused by an employee mistake on email in the last 12 months, according to new research from email security company Tessian and the Ponemon Institute. Email was revealed as the riskiest channel for data loss in organizations, as stated by 65% of IT security practitioners.
Endorsed by the National Fraternal Order of Police and several national law enforcement organizations, the act will build a system to track cybercriminal incidents to combat rising cyber and cyber-enabled crimes.
The OT Cyber Coalition advocates for vendor-neutral, interoperable, and standards-based cybersecurity solutions and works collaboratively with industry and government stakeholders on how to best deploy data-sharing solutions that enhance our country’s collective defense. Its efforts support the notion that competitive solutions promote innovation and strengthen our national security.
Amid persistent concerns about cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, a relatively new White House office is reviewing whether agencies charged with securing specific sectors are putting their cybersecurity resources and authorities to good use.
First, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet and Crime Complaint Center (IC3) released its 2021 report on a wide range of suspected internet crimes. Second, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee released a staff report on ransomware, titled “America’s Data Held Hostage: Case Studies in Ransomware Attacks on American Companies.”