These books are in the regular collection on the fourth floor. More books on this topic can be found using the Library Catalog.
|Cyber alert : how the world is under attack from a new form of crime||HV 6773.3 G 74 W 37 2005|
|Dark side of the Internet : protecting yourself and your family from online criminals||HV 6773. B 633 2006|
|From victim to victor : a step-by-step guide for ending the nightmare of identity theft||KF 9367. F 73 2005|
|Phishing : cutting the identity theft line||HV 6773. L 56 2005|
|Phishing and countermeasures : understanding the increasing problem of electronic identity theft||HV 6773. J 345 2007|
|Rational guide to preventing identity theft||HV 6773. L 43 2005|
|Truth about identity theft||Online only|
This database covers a wide range of topics and can be used to locate articles about identity theft, phishing, and other cyber crimes.Legal Collection
This legal database contains articles written by lawyers and other legal professionals. It focuses on changes in the law, court cases, and other legal aspects of cyber crime.LexisNexis Academic
This legal database can be used to find state and federal codes governing cyber crime, as well as legal and news article on identity theft and other crimes.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics collects information from all over the country. This site can be used to track how identity theft has risen in recent years. In addition to statistics, the BJS also shows information about different kinds of identity theft.Identity Theft Fact Sheet
Compiled by the University of Georgetown, this site contains basic information about identity theft and provides an excellent list of additional resources for further reading.In the Spotlight: Identity Theft
This site, created by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, includes links to legislation, government reports, statistics, training and other resources all related to identity theft and cyber crime.