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Social Responsibility: Cybersafety & cyberbullying


Online risks and threats | Australian Cyber Security Centre

What's Cyberbullying? | Common Sense Education 

Cybersecurity 101 | NOVA PBS Official

The secret world of cybercrime | Craig Gibson | TEDxMississauga

Cybercrime Links & Resources

This page from the FTC offers guides for securing your computer, protecting kids and avoiding online scams.

National Computer Security Survey (NCSS)

This survey of businesses' computer security incidents from 2005 shows the extent to which (using statistics) businesses are targeted for cyber attacks and what types of attacks are most prevalent.

Do the Payment Card Industry Data Standards Reduce Cybercrime?

This hearing discusses outdated technologies used in the U.S. payment car system and compares them to new technologies being used around the world to prevent data breaches and stolen credit card numbers getting into the hands of criminals and terrorists. 2010
Y 4.H 75:111-14

Communist Chinese Cyber-Attacks, Cyber-Espionage, and Theft of American Technology

This hearing discusses Chinese cyber-attacks against the U.S. and U.S. companies and the causes of our vulnerability.
Y 4.F 76/1:112-14

Cyber Threats Facilitate Ability to Commit Economic Espionage

This report details threats to data breaches at agencies and U.S. companies and what can be done to protect intellectual property and sensitive data.

"Phishing" Fraud: How to Avoid Getting Fried by Phony Phishermen

This short guide from the SEC shows consumers how to detect fraudulent emails and what they can do to protect themselves.

Internet Crime Complaint Center

A collaborative effort between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National White Collar Crime Center, this website offers a convenient mechanism to report internet-related crime and prevention tips. The IC3 Annual report offers valuable internet fraud statistics and an annual report by state is available