Report a Cyber Incident

If you are aware of an actual, or potential, incident please see the list below and contact the responsible organization.

How to recover from a Cyber Incident

If you believe you have been the victim of a cyber security incident, please contact the following organizations as appropriate.

Always take time to record the things you've done to report the fraud. A few extra minutes could save you a lot of frustration down the road.

For Owners and Operators of Vital Cyber Systems

Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC) is the point of contact for members of the critical infrastructure community and operators of vital systems of national importance to report incidents and to receive assistance in managing incidents. If you believe that your organization's network has been attacked or compromised, please report your incident to the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC).


For secure communications, the CCIRC public Entrust Key is available upon request. Alternatively, the CCIRC Public Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) key (Text format 3KB) is also available for download.

Note: Public Safety Canada does not take reports of fraud or identity theft. The investigation of cyber crimes is the responsibility of law enforcement agencies.

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