Cybercrime Support Network

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The Cybercrime Security Network (CSN) is a non-profit organization funded in Mississippi through a MS VOCA (victims of crime act) grant and partnered with the United Way - Capital City. CSN's mission is to provide victims of cybercrime a resource to help report cybercrimes correctly as well as to help track and record data of these crimes for law enforcement agencies. CSN believes that reporting cybercrime isn't just beneficial for the victim; being able to track these crimes makes our whole society more resilient. The more national reporting data that we have around this, the higher chance law enforcement has to catch the criminals and also to decrease cybercrime in general. Due to this, CSN has partnered with Mississippi State University's National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) to develop data gathering and sharing services, including building a national reporting form.