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The Michigan Cyber Command Center (MC3) investigates the criminal aspect of network intrusions for cyber incidents involving Michigan businesses and public entities, including those incidents related to ransomware, phishing, business email compromises (BEC), and malicious insiders. MC3 also assists other law enforcement agencies with forensic services for similar investigations. In addition, the MC3 provides cybersecurity education and shares cybersecurity information with the public.
The MC3 is responsible for the coordination of combined efforts of cyber emergency response during critical cyber incidents in Michigan. Emphasis is placed upon prevention and investigation of cyber incidents.
Computer Crimes Unit (CCU):
The CCU provides investigative support in the seizure, acquisition, and analysis of digital evidence including digital device forensic examinations for the law enforcement community.
Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force
MSP CCU has oversight over the statewide Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. The task force includes over 50 federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies who work together to investigate offenders who use the internet, online communication systems, or computer technology to sexually exploit children.