Volunteer Cyber Attack Investigation Network Launched
CAIN, a volunteer cyber attack investigation network, has been launched by iPredator Inc. in Google+. Below is a brief introduction about CAIN. The link to the full article, available at iPredator’s internet safety website, is available at the end of this post.
CAIN, Cyber Attack Investigation Network, is a group of online users who volunteer their time helping other online users that are cyberstalked, cyberbullied, internet trolled, sexually solicited, cyber harassed, exploited, deceived and defamed. In addition to helping online users, CAIN actively searches for those who meet criteria for iPredator. If the assailant(s) is an iPredator, they are tracked, reported, blocked and monitored until Google+ or the host social networking site deletes and bans their profile.
When the assailant is profiled as being high risk, CAIN members will investigate the assailant outside of Google+ or the host social networking site to assess if they are actively involved in cybercriminal and/or deviant behaviors requiring law enforcement intervention. CAIN also disseminates internet safety and cyber attack prevention information relevant to online users of all ages.
CAIN G+ Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107895202001874547216
I created the concept of CAIN, Cyber Attack Investigation Network, in late 2012 to be an adjunct to the iPredator Team. Both were created to help financially strapped & pediatric online users who are abused, exploited and harmed online. Having a plethora of other projects and helping iPredator targets, I was prevented from having the time to focus on launching these groups as planned. iPredator Team and CAIN were scheduled for some time in the near future. iPredator Team description is as follows:
It was not until I met Ms. Tina Connelly (+Tina Connelly) in Google+ that my schedule for CAIN was moved up to October 2014. Interacting with Ms. Connelly in Google+, I was slowly introduced to the online behaviors of the most incredible group of Google+ members who worked in small groups to hunt and identify iPredators.
The most astonishing fact I learned is that they are primarily high school and college aged online users. Ranging from fourteen years old to early twenties, they spend their time searching Google+ for cyberstalkers, cyberbullies, internet trolls, online sexual predator, cyber harassers and online users who use social networking sites to exploit, deceive and defame others. Instead of spending time socializing and networking, like the vast majority of online users who use Google+, they predominantly focus on hunting iPredators.
Once they identify and compile proof of the iPredator’s malevolent and nefarious online activities, they alert their followers, report them to Google+ and then block them. Like a pack of wolves working in unison, they track iPredators until Google+ suspends their profiles or the iPredator cancels their own account not being able to continue in their cyber abuse or online deception.
For anyone who reads this article, I strongly suggest you create a Google+ profile. I cannot recommend enough setting up a profile allowing you to watch the hunters become the hunted. The best metaphor I can use to explain their talents is that of a wolf pack on the hunt for their next meal. Tenacious, coordinated, relentless and innovative best describes their online investigation tactics. In the realm of humility, I have yet to see one of them brag or target online users fueled by retribution or envy. They do not ask to be paid, recognized or thanked by Google for the valuable service they provide Google+ members and all online users. It is time for them to be recognized and this why I have accelerated CAIN’s introduction.
CAIN, the Cyber Attack Investigation Network, officially was born October 30, 2014 with a handful of members. Our goal is to increase one thousand fold by the same time next year, October 30, 2015. Membership is free and CAIN accepts any online user interested in helping to make Google+ and the internet a safer environment. Anyone can follow our Google+ page and request to join our private CAIN G+ Community.
iPredator Inc.: iPredator Inc. is a New York State based Internet Safety & Forensics Company founded in September 2011 providing products & services regarding cyberbullying, cyber harassment, cyberstalking, cybercrime, internet defamation, cyber terrorism, online sexual predation, internet trolls, internet addiction, online child pornography, online deception, cyber attacks and the new fields they are pioneering termed, Cybercriminal Psychology & Cybercriminal Profiling.
Created by a NYS licensed psychologist and forensic consultant, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., their goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from online assailants. For visitors interested in learning more about iPredator, outside their parent website, please visit their many social site profiles. Although iPredator Inc. has joined a multitude of social networking sites, feel free to visit the Google Plus & other social sites listed below used as their information and announcement vehicles.
Dr. Nuccitelli and iPredator Inc. consultants are always available, at no cost, to interact with media and consult with online users. To contact Dr. Nuccitelli about training, education, investigation or consultation, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 347-871-2416.
- iPredator Website: https://www.ipredator.co/
- iPredator Construct: https://www.ipredator.co/ipredator/
- Dark Psychology: https://www.ipredator.co/ipredator/dark-psychology/
- Dr. Internet Safety Blog: https://drinternetsafety.com/
- Dark Psychology Blog: https://darkpsychology.co/
- Online Psychopathy Article: http://goo.gl/aOZP17
“Comfort the Victims, Educate the Ignorant & Conquer the Corrupt!” Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. (2012)
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