The BJA Economic, Cyber, and High-Tech Crimes National TTA Program serves the nation’s communities by providing TTA to state, local, and tribal law enforcement officials; intelligence analysts; prosecutors; judges; fusion center staff; and other criminal justice entities on preventing, investigating,
and responding to economic, cyber, and high-tech crimes.
These crimes are committed using networked computers, handheld devices, and Internet technology; examples include various kinds of theft (financial, identify, etc.), selling illegal goods using the Internet, cyber stalking, hijacking accounts on social networking web sites, infrastructure intrusions, and hacking (i.e., reconfiguring or reprogramming a system to function in ways not approved by the owner, administrator, or designer).
This program is funded under the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (P.L.