We have....um, tutorials. Oh, and virus and phishing email articles!
"install Weatherbug one more God-damn time, Mike, you'll be running DeepFreeze faster than you can say Ask Toolbar.", thought the IT lady.
You know, I should use this front page for something.
In my non-scientific opinion, phishing seems to be up in Febrary 2015.
I wonder how many FEWER victims there are because of (see picture below) PhishNet, Drop58, and DeepThough?
Reduction of cybercrime happens here, by information sharing. It takes hobbyists, companies, non-profits, and government agencies sharing data and taking action where they can (talking mostly to hosting providers and website owners on that one).
If you are a company who employs IT people, encourage them to report and share infosec stuff, malware alerts, spam trends, blocklists, etc. Encourage them to make personal contacts with other IT people because personal relationships work MUCH faster than abuse contact email addresses.
I'm sucking this month. ):