Cybercrime Support Network gets sponsorship from Trend Micro

ANN ARBOR—Cybercrime Support Network,  the national support network and service provider for cybercrime victims, announced a new leadership sponsorship with Trend Micro, a cybersecurity provider. This new sponsorship will provide CSN and Trend Micro an opportunity to serve even more cybercrime and online fraud victims.

With an ever-changing IT landscape, riskier user behavior, and ever-evolving threats, it’s becoming more difficult to assist victims of cybercrime and online fraud through the recovery process. CSN created as a platform to provide assistance and resources to individuals and small business cybercrime victims from anywhere in the United States.

This sponsorship with Trend Micro Initiative for Education (TMIE) allows CSN to continue providing cybercrime victims with the best resources to reinforce their cybersecurity. Trend Micro is making the digital world safer by providing industry-leading security software for individuals and businesses. Trend Micro created HouseCall, a free online security scan that can detect and fix viruses, worms, spyware and other malicious threats on Windows, Mac, Android, and Home Networks.

“Trend Micro is an international leader in security tools for enterprise, small business and home users. Their free products are helping secure home users without the means to pay for extra security,” said Kristin Judge, CEO and founder of CSN. “We are honored to have Trend Micro as a partner and Mitchel Chang join the CSN Advisory Board to help us grow and serve millions of cybercrime and online fraud victims.”

In addition to this sponsorship, Trend Micro Senior Vice President Mitchel Chang will serve on the CSN Advisory Board. “We are very excited to join CSN to help support cybercrime victims in our communities,” said Chang. “TMIE, our cybersecurity outreach effort, will also complement CSN’s overall vision of enhancing user awareness and education.”

Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) is a public-private, nonprofit collaboration created to be the voice of cybercrime victims. Its sponsors include Craig Newmark Philanthropies, Google, KnowBe4, Nord VPN, Verizon, Trend Micro, AT&T, and Comcast.

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