The FBI in Oregon Marks Cybersecurity Awareness Month with #BeCyberAware Campaign

FBI Portland Assistant Special Agent in Charge Eliza Odom describes the most common scams the FBI is seeing in Oregon, and how to respond.

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FBI Portland Special Agent Gabriel Gunderson answers questions about ransomware during Cybersecurity Month.

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FBI Portland Special Agent Gabriel Gundersen describes basic steps you can take at home or at work to stay dafe in your digital world.

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FBI Portland forensic accountant Brandon answers questions about cryptocurrency, blockchain, and digital wallets.

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During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, observed each October, the FBI and its partner agencies remind you to do your part and #BeCyberSmart all year long.

Now in its 18th year, Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a government and private sector partnership that raises awareness about cybersecurity and stresses the collective effort required to stop cyber crimes, online thefts, and scams.

As the premier cyber investigative agency, the FBI works to keep you safe online, but there are many simple steps you can take to help protect yourself and your family. If you do become a victim, contact us at the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (www.ic3.gov) to report online crime.