NW3CNational White Collar Crime Center (US FBI)
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NW3C Director Donald Brackman said the report's findings underscore the threat posed by cyber criminals.
@ The CD is available at the NW3C's Web site, www.nw3c.org.
The aim of the NW3C in administering the National Public Survey on White Collar Crime was to add broader and more-current information to the insights furnished by prior surveys.
The NW3C provides programs geared to meet the specific investigative support needs of state and local law enforcement agencies in their fight against economic and high-tech criminal activity.
Developed by the Department of Justice and managed by the NW3C, the NCTP provides guidance and assistance to local, state, and Federal law enforcement agencies in an effort to ensure that the law enforcement comproperly is properly trained to address electronic and high-technology crime.
CPEC works closely with law enforcement through a partnership with the NW3C. Current training programs include instruction on fraud management; operational and strategic fraud management techniques; financial investigations practical skills, examination, and analysis; basic data recovery and analysis; and instruction on how to use the Internet for investigations and research.
The NW3C has developed and deployed computer crime training in the last year alone that has benefited more than 1,400 agencies throughout the U.S.
The NW3C paper includes an explanation of common Internet crime schemes (from online auction fraud to spoofed Web sites) and a sampling of the cases that have been investigated.
@ The NW3C paper, as well as a PowerPoint presentation on Operation E-Con, can be Found via www.securitymanagement.com.