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Our July 1st Newsletter of Home Cyber Defense Weekly will cover:
The Most Dangerous Things You Can Do Online: We will look at high risk activities that you should avoid.
Home Cyber Defense is a weekly newsletter for identifying & protecting consumers from cyber threats, as well as eliminating them if they are already present. Each week we will provide a summary of cyber alerts that have been posted during the past week, and what you should do to protect yourself.
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“The use of the Internet for criminal purposes is one of the most critical challenges facingthe FBI and law enforcement in general. Understanding and using the Internet to combat Internet fraud is essential for law enforcement. The fraud being committed over the Internet is the sametype of white collar fraud the FBI has traditionally investigated but poses additional concerns and challenges because of the new environment in which it is located.”
Thomas T. Kubie, Deputy Assistant Director, FBI