Cybercrime & Ransomware Reporting Information

Fast Data Recovery offers rapid 24/7/365 capability for organisations endured a cyber breach. Our team of information security professionals are the best in the industry, with years of experience that will ensure that your organisation receives the very best of care and support in your time of need.

It is an unfortunate reality of today’s connected world that cyber breaches happen to individuals too.

Fast Data Recovery focuses its cybersecurity offerings on organisations that have regulatory, commercial and legal obligations to protect their information security and are subject to the Privacy Act (Australia) and the equivalent legislation in other jurisdictions.

Fast Data Recovery highly recommends reporting cybercrime to the relevant authorities of their country.

If outside Australia, please report to your local police and they should assist in pointing to you to the relevant department where you may need to lodge a case with.

In Australia, if data theft occurs, it must be reported to the Notifiable Data Scheme Breaches

https://www.oaic.gov.au/privacy-law/privacy-act/notifiable-data-breaches-scheme

If your organisation has suffered a real or suspected data breach, please contact Fast Data Recovery on 1300 500 400 or for an alternate number, click here.

We will endeavour to assist you with your specific needs.

 

 

The Australian Cyber Security Centre
For individuals who have suffered a cybercrime suspect of being a victim to cybercrime, Sententia recommends that you lodge an incident report with the Australian Federal Government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre by calling 1300 292 371 or visiting the website at https://www.acsc.gov.au/incident.html

 

Australian Cybercrime Reporting Network
The Australian Government’s Australian Cybercrime Reporting Network (ACORN) provides information, assistance and incident reporting for personal cybercrime matters via their website at https://www.acorn.gov.au and coordinates its efforts with state police forces.

 

ScamWatch
For individuals who have fallen victim to an online scam or phishing email or are doubtful as to the veracity of an email they have received, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) assists through its ScamWatch website at https://www.scamwatch.gov.au

 

FBI – USA
The FBI is the lead federal agency for investigating cyber attacks by criminals, overseas adversaries, and terrorists. The threat is incredibly serious—and growing. Cyber intrusions are becoming more commonplace, more dangerous, and more sophisticated
https://www.fbi.gov/investigate/cyber

 

ActionFraud – UK
The National Fraud and Cyber Crime Reporting Centre
f you are a business, charity or other organisation which is currently suffering a live cyber attack (in progress), please call 0300 123 2040 immediately. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
of the public, you must call to report through our core opening hours below.
https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/
https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/reporting-fraud-and-cyber-crime

 

Europol
If you have fallen victim to cybercrime, click on one of the links below to be redirected to the reporting website of your country. Reporting mechanisms vary from one country to another. In the Member States which do not have a dedicated online option in place, you are advised to go to your local police station to lodge a complaint.
https://www.europol.europa.eu/report-a-crime/report-cybercrime-online

 

Hong Kong – Hong Kong Productivity Council
If you have fallen victim to cybercrime, click on one of the links below to be redirected to the HKPC official website.
https://www.hkcert.org

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