A Guide for Police Chiefs: Cyber Security and Law Enforcement
Your website is frozen by ransomware – what would you do?
An officer receives an email and opens a link, causing the computer network to slow down because of a virus. It is called spear-phishing.
- Pay to free it?
- Leave it and start of new website?
- There is a better way (Buy this DVD)
A local businessman calls and says his computer system has been hacked and $500 was taken from his account. What would you do?
- Best defense is non-technology training (Buy this DVD)
- Tell him to call the F.B.I. (Really? Do you think he will get help? This will not make a supporter of your department.)
- Tell him how to cleanse his computer and to secure his data (Buy this DVD)
There are defenses to Ransomware and Hacking!
Do you know what false security is?
Do you know if your computers have been hacked?
- Relying on your firewall (Buy this DVD and See Why)
- There are clear signs (Buy this DVD)
Nothing is changing faster than the frequency and sophistication of cyber-attacks and computer hacking directed at police departments and other law enforcement agencies. As the F.B.I. noted on April 22, 2015.
Recent law enforcement hacking stories: This is what can happen!
Names and Addresses of 700 Police Officers Released by Hacker – Police Union Computer Hacked Unknown Quantity of Info Copied – Hackers Obtain Name of Confidential Informant – Passwords – Police Reports, Intelligence Reports, Arrest Warrants and Sex Offender Information – Hacking from Within a Police Department by Auxiliary Officer – Four Departments Locked up at Once, Common Computer Network – Police Pay $500 Bitcoin Ransom – Sheriff Pays $572.00 to Hacker – Detroit Refuses to Pay Hacked Files not that Important – Department Website Taken Down for More than 12 Hours – Ransom Paid By Police Department After Computers Locked – Sheriff Refuses to Pay Ransom – Lock Cruiser
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