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Cyberspace touches practically everything and everyone. It provides a platform for innovation and prosperity and the means to improve general welfare around the globe. But with the broad reach of a loose and lightly regulated digital infrastructure, great risks threaten nations, private enterprises, and individual rights.

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US-CERT’s mission is to improve the nation's cybersecurity posture, coordinate cyber information sharing, and proactively manage cyber risks to the nation while protecting the constitutional rights of Americans. US-CERT's vision is to be a trusted global leader in cybersecurity - collaborative, agile, and responsive in a complex environment.

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The ICE Cyber Crimes Center (C3) delivers computer-based technical services to ICE components to support domestic and international investigations into cross-border crime.

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US-CERT is collecting phishing email messages and web site locations so that we can help people avoid becoming victims of phishing scams.

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The Blueprint for a Secure Cyber Future builds on the Department of Homeland Security Quadrennial Homeland Security Review Report’s strategic framework by providing a clear path to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment for the homeland security enterprise.
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Cyber Resources for Industry
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The Stop.Think.Connect. team recommends a few simple things you can do to stay safe online.
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The Stop.Think.Connect. team recommends a few simple things you can do to stay safe online.
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The National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center serves as a centralized location where operational elements involved in cybersecurity and communications reliance are coordinated and integrated. NCCIC partners include all federal departments and agencies; state, local, tribal, and territorial governments; the private sector; and international entities.

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