Fbi Honolulu Launches Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign — Fbi – Federal Bureau Of Investigation

FBI Honolulu Launches Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign — FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation

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HONOLULU, HI—The FBI Honolulu Field Office has launched a cybersecurity awareness campaign to educate private sector businesses and organizations in Hawaii about the growing threat of cyberattacks, and to encourage businesses to establish a proactive relationship with FBI Honolulu before a cyber incident occurs.
“FBI Honolulu is committed to investigating and combating any malicious cyber activity targeting the private sectors. In addition to agents, analysts, and computer scientists who track and counter emerging cyber threats, we work closely with our law enforcement and cybersecurity partners throughout the state,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Steven Merrill. “We encourage you to partner with us to serve as force multipliers to protect our country’s cyber defenses and your assistance in working together to strengthen your organization’s response plans against cyberattacks.”
Current Cyber Threats
If your organization is the victim of a network intrusion, contact FBI Honolulu at (808) 566-4300 or the FBI’s 24/7 CyWatch at (855) 292-3937 or cywatch@fbi.gov. Speed matters when responding to an intrusion, as criminals can quickly destroy network operations. Rapid notification allows the FBI to quickly deploy our cyber experts to preserve evidence and work with a company’s incident responders to help recover their networks.
In addition to partnering with FBI Honolulu, the most vital step a company or organization can take to protect itself is to implement good cyber-hygiene practices.
Preventive Steps
Businesses and organizations can contact the FBI Honolulu Field Office at (808) 566-4300. Internet crimes can be reported at www.ic3.gov and other suspicious criminal activity at tips.fbi.gov.
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