CJIS Security Policy Resource Center Links
- US-CERT Current Activity - This web page is a regularly updated summary of the most frequent, high-impact types of security incidents currently being reported to the US-CERT.
- NIST Validation Listing - The NIST Validation Listing contains all validated and certified FIPS 140-1 and FIPS 140-2 cryptographic modules.
- NIST Publications - Special Publications in the 800 series present documents of general interest to the computer security community, reporting on ITL’s research, guidelines, and outreach efforts in computer security and its collaborative activities with industry, government, and academic organizations.
- NIST Information Technology Portal - The National Institute of Standards and Technology accelerates the development and deployment of systems that are reliable, usable, interoperable, and secure; advances measurement science through innovations in mathematics, statistics, and computer science; and conducts research to develop the measurements and standards infrastructure for emerging information technologies and applications.
- NIST Computer Security Resource Center - Like our FBI CJIS Security Policy Resource Center site, this NIST site is a collection of information and resources for computer security.
- Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) - The IC3’s mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cybercrime. The IC3 gives the victims of cybercrime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of suspected criminal or civil violations. For law enforcement and regulatory agencies at the federal, state, local, and international level, the IC3 provides a central referral mechanism for complaints involving Internet related crimes.
- On-Guard Online (Office of Justice Programs) - OnGuardOnline.gov is the federal government’s website to help you be safe, secure and responsible online. OnGuardOnline.gov is a partner in the Stop Think Connect campaign, led by the Department of Homeland Security, and part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
- Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Information Assurance - DISA works to ensure that information is accessible to our nation's joint forces, while protecting the network—and the information on it—from being accessed by our adversaries. In order to achieve mission assurance and promote safe information sharing, DISA: makes data ubiquitously accessible while simultaneously restricting access, promotes the safe sharing of information, and prevents attacks by having network protections in place.