Cybercrime: When to call in the FBI

Monday, 31 July 2006, 12:52 AM EST

When a company thinks it might have been the victim of a cybercrime, it's not always easy to figure out when to call in the feds for help. FBI agents Nenette Day and Andrew G. Arena answered some frequently asked questions about how companies can get help in the struggle with cybercrime.

At Computerworld.

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