Cyber Safety and Security in the Age of COVID-19
Criminals of all types will seek to exploit the trying times we find ourselves in now with Coronavirus and COVID-19. With many of us working remotely and increasingly on-line, criminals and others may use common internet scams customized for the current times to defraud, damage reputations, and to harass.
You can stay abreast of on-going cyber scams on the Federal Trade Commission’s Coronavirus page. The FBI has published a public service announcement on recent cyber scams related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as well.
If you believe you have been targeted in a cyber scam, you can file a report through local law enforcement or on-line with the FBI through the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Secure Community Network has produced some cyber security references you may find helpful:
For general cyber safety and security tips, please see the Department of Homeland Security’s Critical Infrastructure Security Agency website.
You can also contact Federation’s Regional Security Advisor, Robert Graves, or Deputy Regional Security Advisor, Chris Usher, for assistance.