CSN testified in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on National Security to highlight how we can contribute to fighting the growing threat of financial scams against the military and veteran community. Read our written statement.
CSN testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on National Security to highlight our organization’s dynamic approach to directly serve and support our country’s service members, veterans and their families who have been impacted by cybercrime via our Military and Veteran Program.
With the demand for remote work higher than ever, we are seeing an uptick in military employment scams. Learn how to recognize a job scam.
Guest Blog by Patriot Boot Camp. Since 2012, Patriot Boot Camp (PBC) has been on a mission to assemble and activate an inclusive community that advances military members, veterans, and military spouses in their mission to become the creators, innovators, and entrepreneurs leading our economy. In 2013, 21.4M men and women, or nine percent of […]
I’m excited to announce that Cybercrime Support Network has launched the Partnership to FightCybercrime, an initiative where public and private sector organizations join together to boost awareness and make targeted communities more secure. Over the next few months, we’ll introduce two new programs that aim to provide at-risk groups with the necessary tools to defend […]
Ursula lost her husband in active duty, now cybercriminals are using his photo. About 13 years ago, Ursula had just lost her husband after he was severely injured while in active duty in Afghanistan. To keep friends and family updated on his health before his passing, she had created a website. After his passing, in […]