Cyberthreat Response and Reporting Guidelines

Friday, 18 October 2002, 2:20 PM EST

CIO Magazine worked with the Secret Service, the FBI and industry leaders to create guidelines for reporting security incidents — what to report, who to report it to, and how. This valuable document includes phone numbers of Federal and local law enforcement agencies and a reporting form that you can use at your organization.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: BACKGROUND AND SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
Goals of the Project
Why You Should Report Cybercrime

SECTION 2: CIO CYBERTHREAT RESPONSE AND REPORTING GUIDELINES
Planning, People, Process
What to Report
When and How to Report an Incident

SECTION 3: WHO TO CONTACT - LAW ENFORCEMENT
Law Enforcement
Reporting Bodies & Resources for Cyberthreat Response

SECTION 4: FBI AND USSS FIELD OFFICE CONTACT LIST
SECTION 5: REPORT FORM
SECTION 6: CONTRIBUTORS

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