To date, it is a known fact that there are well over 50,000 aggressive, deliberately destructive hackers in the United States alone and that number is growing at a minimum of five percent per month! Worse yet, there is a large body of public thought which perceives that the activities of these individuals is morally, legally and socially acceptable. The notion being that if a system can be broken regardless of the level of effort necessary to do so then the responsibility for the break-in belongs to the system owner rather than to the trespasser.
Our goal here at S.A.B.R.O. Net is to provide our users with a clear level of understanding about computer security measures and what to do if you or your system becomes the target of one of these threats.
Below is a list of highly qualified groups and organizations that can
offer advice, and/or help you and your company bring legal actions against
those who attempt to violate your 'space' on the Internet.
National Security Agency
National Security Institute
Federal Trade Commission
CERT Coordination Center
United States Postal Inspection Service
Information Systems Security Association
Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams
Center for Identity Management and Information Protection