FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
NATIONAL COMPUTER CRIME SQUAD


Contact the FBI's National Computer Crime Squad through the Washington Metropolitan Field Office at nccs@fbi.gov, or call (202) 324-9164.

The FBI's National Computer Crime Squad (NCCS) investigates violations of the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986. These crimes cross multiple state or international boundaries. Violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act include intrusions into government, financial, most medical, and Federal interest computers. Federal interest computers are defined by law as two or more computers involved in the criminal offense, which are located in different states. Therefore, a commercial computer which is the victim of an intrusion coming from another state is a "Federal interest" computer.


COMPUTER CRIMES THE NCCS INVESTIGATES INCLUDE -

PROCEDURES THE COMPUTER USER SHOULD INSTITUTE BOTH PRIOR TO BECOMING A COMPUTER CRIME VICTIM AND AFTER A VIOLATION HAS OCCURRED INCLUDE -

For notices to alert users to potential security problems and information on related subjects, contact the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) at cert@cert.org or the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) at first-sec@first.org. The FIRST home page is at www.first.org/first.

ADDITIONAL ACTIONS AVAILABLE TO PROTECT THE COMPUTER USER INCLUDE -


THE FBI's National Computer Crime Squad, located within the Washington Metropolitan Field Office, has national jurisdiction, and coordinates many of its investigations with FBI counterparts in foreign countries where a case shares mutual interest. The NCCS includes personnel who have:


Contact the FBI's National Computer Crime Squad through the Washington Metropolitan Field Office at nccs@fbi.gov, or call (202) 324-9164.

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