National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance
One Team, One Goal - Companies, Government, And Academia Working Together To Neutralize Cyber Crime.
AnnouncementTHE NATIONAL CYBER-FORENSICS AND TRAINING ALLIANCE TO OPEN NEW OFFICES IN LOS ANGELES AND NEW YORK
Who We AreThe National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) is a non-profit corporation founded in 2002, focused on identifying, mitigating, and neutralizing cyber crime threats globally. The NCFTA operates by conducting real time information sharing and analysis with Subject Matter Experts (SME) in the public, private, and academic sectors. Through these partnerships, the NCFTA proactively identifies cyber threats in order to help partners take preventive measures to mitigate those threats. The NCFTA has a proven track record and has long been identified as the model for private/public partnerships. Today, the NCFTA model, best practices, and lessons learned are being leveraged and emulated in countries around the world. Our membership is constantly growing both nationally and internationally across private industry, law enforcement, government, and academia.
CyFin – the Cyber Financial Program is dedicated to the identification, mitigation, and neutralization of cyber threats to the financial services industry.
BCP – the Brand & Consumer Protection Program focuses on the utilization of the Internet for the sale of retail goods, including fraud related to ecommerce transactions as well as the physical distribution of counterfeit merchandise.
MCT – the Malware & Cyber Threats Program is dedicated to researching, identifying, and providing timely alerts through data feeds and proactive intelligence on cyber threats under analysis.Read More
What We ProvideThe NCFTA has built a trusted environment that provides:
Submit an Internet Crime Complaint
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is a medium through which you
can report any cyber-related violations.
Click here to report an incident to IC3.
Report Intellectual Property Theft
To report violations of intellectual property rights, including counterfeiting and piracy, to the National IPR Coordination Center, click here.