A professional organization which assists law enforcement and corporate investigators to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to combat high tech crime.
Links Topic: Organizations
High Tech Crime Consortium;
- High Technology Crime Investigation Association;
Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime;
A leader in advocacy for victims and survivors of violent crime in Canada. They are a national, non-government agency located in Ottawa, Ontario and bilingual services are available. All services are free of charge and confidential.
Canadian Victim Services Directory, Department of Justice Canada;
A national directory of victim services across Canada, maintained by the Policy Centre for Victim Issues, Department of Justice Canada
National Office for Victims, Public Safety Canada;
A central resource that offers information to victims on the Correctional Service of Canada and the Parole Board of Canada.
Council of Europe Cybercrime;
This site tracks information on the Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism; the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY), and the Project on Cybercrime.
Internet Watch Foundation;
A reporting and advocacy service, which provides information to the government on issues surrounding abuse on the Internet.
Network for Surviving Stalking;
NSS represents UK stalking victims and their families, including victims of cyberstalking.
Protection Against Stalking;
They advocate for early and effective risk identification, assessment and management to keep victims safe and hold perpetrators to account.
Suzy Lamplugh Trust;
The Trust raises awareness of the importance of personal safety and to help people to avoid violence and aggression and live safer, more confident lives.
A group dedicated to building a consensus about best practices in the debate surrounding spyware and other potentially unwanted technologies.
Cyberbullying / Stalking & Harassment - Wired Patrol;
Wired Patrol's Cyberbullying / Stalking and Harassment page provides victims of cyberstalking with education and safety information, background information on what cyberstalking is and how to recognize it, as well as a reporting service.
Domestic Violence and Privacy: Electronic Privacy Information Center;
Information on technological privacy, privacy laws or projects which EPIC advocates for, and information on how to ensure your privacy if in a domestic violence situation.
End Stalking in America;
The purpose of this site is to help educate the general public, to be of assistance to all potential victims of stalking, and to assist those victims who are currently being harassed and stalked.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Cybercrime;
The FBI accepts reports on, and investigates: high-tech crimes, including cyber-based terrorism, computer intrusions, online sexual exploitation, and major cyber frauds.
Microsoft Online Safety and Privacy Education;
Safety and computer security information from Microsoft, including notices of recent security updates for Windows systems
National Center for Victims of Crime Stalking Resource Center;
The Center provides information and advocacy on victims of stalking, including cyberstalking, and makes referrals to appropriate social service agencies.
National Cyber Security Alliance;
Their mission is to educate society to use the Internet safely and securely at home, work, and school.
National Network to End Domestic Violence SafetyNet Project;
The Safety Net Project provides information on ways to use technology strategically to help find safety and escape domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, stalking and abuse.
Network Abuse Clearinghouse Contact Database;
If you are receiving harassing e-mail, you can use the Abuse Contact Database to get the e-mail contact address of the abuser's Internet service, so you can register a complaint with them.
Take Back the Tech;
Take Back The Tech! calls for everyone to take control of technology to end violence against women.
Working to Halt Online Abuse;
WHOA seeks to fight online harassment through education of the general public, education of law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims.