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Most cybercrime goes unreported; many don’t even know where to file such reports, or file them in the wrong place (such as with local police.) It’s the unfortunate reality that most police reports composed without professional helps are non-actionable for law enforcement based upon missing or improperly presented data. That’s where we come in. This BBC article on CipherBlade shows how much of a difference having a professionally written report can make.

Links for reporting a cyber security crime

CountryLinks for reporting a cyber security crimeRemarks
Afghanistanhttps://moi.gov.af/enhttps://mcit.gov.af/contact-us will contact ANP with relevant reports.
Albaniahttps://www.asp.gov.al/info@cirt.gov.al is likely the most effective avenue of approach, especially since as of 1/3/2019, this website appears to have been breached.
Algeriahttp://www.dgsn.dz/Information Security Division: (00213) 21916211 may be more effective.
Argentinahttp://www.cibercrimen.org.ar/?page_id=85⟨=en 
Armeniahttp://www.police.am/en/crime-reports 
Australiahttps://report.acorn.gov.au/ 
Austriaagainst-cybercrime@bmi.gv.at 
Azerbaijanhttps://cert.gov.az/en/reporhttps://cert.gov.az/en/report is likely more effective, as the result of the listed form is inconclusive.
Bahamas, Thehttp://www.royalbahamaspolice.org/services/Making%20complaints.php 
Bahrainhttps://www.interior.gov.bh/en-reports-and-complaints/ 
Bangladeshhttp://www.rab.gov.bd/english/report-crime-2/ 
Belarushttp://mvd.gov.by/en/main.aspxhttps://cert.by/?page_id=26 is likely more effective.
Belgiumhttps://policeonweb.belgium.be/eloket/selectComplaintTypeAndAuthentication.action?lang=fr 
Brazilhttp://www.pf.gov.br/institucional/unidadeshttp://www.ctir.gov.br has proven to be a more effective resource, but both should be completed.
British Virgin Is.http://www.bvi.gov.vg/email/node/6950/field_email 
Bruneihttp://www.brucert.org.bn/Specific instructions are to call 00 673 2 458001 to report an incident.
Bulgariahttp://www.cybercrime.bg/bghttps://govcert.bg/incident-reporting-form would be beneficial to complete as well.
Burkina Fasohttp://www.cirt.bf/index.php/signaler-un-incident/ 
Cambodiahttp://cambodiapolice.com/https://www.camcert.gov.kh/en/report-incident/ may be more effective.
Canadahttps://www.getcybersafe.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/rcvr-scm-en.aspx 
Chilehttp://www.carabineros.cl/#contacto@clcert.cl may be a more effective way to communicate incidents.
Chinahttp://www.mps.gov.cn/n2254314/n2254396/n2254406/index.htmlhttp://www.cert.org.cn/publish/english/124/index.html may be a more effective route.
Colombiahttps://www.policia.gov.co/contactenoshttp://www.colcert.gov.co/?q=contenido/reportar-un-incidente may be a more relevant place to report, though both are suggested.
Cote d'Ivoirehttp://apcof.org/contact-us/An email to info@cicert.ci may be a more effective method to be routed to help.
Croatiahttps://www.mup.hr/kontakti/https://csirt.cy/incident-reporting-form/ should be completed as well.
Curacao (Caribbean)https://www.polis.cw/pap/information-in-english/cert@caricert.cw may be a more effective way to receive help, since the Curacao polcie website does not specifically reference cybercrime on the contact form.
Cyprushttps://cybercrime.police.gov.cy/police/CyberCrime.nsf/subscribe_en/subscribe_en?OpenFormhttps://csirt.cy/incident-reporting-form/ should be completed as well.
Czech Republichttps://www.policie.cz/clanek/policejni-internetova-hotline.aspx 
Denmarkhttps://politi.dk/anmeld/kriminalitet-mod-digitale-enheder 
Ecuadorhttp://www.ecucert.gob.ec/contacto.html 
Egypthttp://www.moiegypt.gov.eg/An email to incident@egcert.eg may be a more effective route, since the Egyptian National Police website seems to be frequently under maintenance.
Estoniahttps://www.ria.ee/ee/turvaintsidendist-teavitamine.html 
Ethiopiahttp://www.federalpolice.gov.et/web/guest/inform-ushttp://ethiocert.insa.gov.et/web/guest/report-an-incident should be completed as well.
Finlandhttps://www.poliisi.fi/crimes/reporting_an_offence_online 
Francehttps://www.internet-signalement.gouv.fr/PortailWeb/planets/Accueil!input.action 
Georgiahttps://police.ge/en/homeAn email to info@dea.gov.ge (cert.gov.ge) may be optimal, since the website listed lacks a contact mechanism.
Germanyhttps://www.bsi.bund.de/EN/Service/Contact/contact_node.html 
Ghanahttps://police.gov.gh/en/index.php/contact-us/https://cert-gh.org/index.php/incident-response/report-an-incident/ should be completed as well, since the Ghana police website may or may not be an appropriate incident reporting mechanism.
Gibraltarhttp://www.gra.gi/cyber-security-compliance/incident-report-form 
Greecehttp://www.astynomia.gr/index.php?option=ozo_content&perform=view&id=8194&Itemid=378⟨=ENhttp://www.forthcert.gr/incident_report_form.html should be completed as well.
GuatemalaUnknownGuatemala seems to lack an official website related to cybercrime. The best bet may be phoning the national police (+502 4811 0503)
Hong Konghttps://www.erc.police.gov.hk/cmiserc/CCC/PolicePublicPage?language=en 
Hungaryhttp://www.police.hu/hu/info/elerhetosegekSince website lacks a direct reporting mechanism, in addition to notifying Hungarian police, send an email to cert@govcert.hu
Icelandhttps://www.logreglan.is/adstod/hafdu-samband/Website lacks a direct report tool, so in addition to contacting via the channels listed on the site, cert@cert.is should also be emailed.
Indiahttps://cybercrime.gov.in/cybercitizen/home.htm 
Indonesiahttps://www.polri.go.id/Website seems to lack a report form; general chain of command for cyber is structured around Jakarta and reports are best routed there. An email to incident@idsirtii.or.id would likely be a beneficial supplement.
Iranhttp://cyber.police.ir/Website lacks a direct contact form, so an email to both webmaster@cyberpolice.ir and cert@certcc.ir would be optimal in addition to a report with the local police zone headquarters.
Irelandhttps://www.garda.ie/en/crime/cyber-crime/Website advises to report to the local Garda station. As such, reporting to the local Garda station in addition to the NCSC is optimal. info@ncsc.gov.ie
Israelhttps://forms.gov.il/globaldata/getsequence/getHtmlForm.aspx?formType=contactus@police.gov.il 
Italyhttp://www.commissariatodips.it/Report form available upon regustration.
Japanhttps://www.npa.go.jp/cyberpolice/english/index.htmlContacting the national police through the methodologies listed on the site while having an email sent to info@jpcert.or.jp seems optiomal.
Kazakhstanhttp://mvd.gov.kz/portal/page/portal/mvd/MVD/mvd_nav_iu/doverieinfo@kz-cert.kz may be more effective.
Kenyahttp://www.cid.go.ke/index.php/2-uncategorised/86-report-crime-online.htmlincidents@ke-cirt.go.ke may be more effective.
Korea, NorthUnknown, but Lazarus probably isn't going to recruit you. 
Korea, Southhttp://cyberbureau.police.go.kr/crime/sub1.jsp 
Kosovohttp://www.kosovopolice.com/en/report-cybercrimehttps://kos-cert.org/raporto_incident_en is worth exploring as well.
Laoshttps://www.laocert.gov.la/en/incident/ 
Latviahttp://www.vp.gov.lv/?id=144&said=144cert@cert.lv may be more effective, as the Latvia police website does not explicitly state that the contacts listed are for formal complaints.
Liechtensteinhttps://www.landespolizei.li/Adressen/Landespolizei.aspxinfo@cybersecurity.li may be more effective.
Lithuaniahttps://www.nksc.lt/en/report.html 
Luxembourghttps://police.public.lu/fr/commissariat-virtuel/plainte-en-ligne.html 
Macauhttps://www.mocert.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55&Itemid=58⟨=enReport through PRC may be equally effective.
Mauritiushttps://eform.govmu.org/forms/NCB/CERTMU/Complaint_Form/CERT_Complaint_Form.php 
Mexicohttps://www.gob.mx/policiafederal#2071http://www.cns.gob.mx may be more effective.
Moldovahttp://www.border.gov.md/index.php/en/contactshttps://cert.gov.md/incidente/raportare-incidente.html may be more effective, and would likely be a welcomed addition to a police report.
Monacohttps://en.gouv.mc/Government-Institutions/The-Government/Ministry-of-Interior/Police-DepartmentAn email to AMSN_contact@gouv.mc may be more effective.
Montenegro http://www.cirt.me/
Moroccohttp://www.mcinet.gov.ma/en/content/contact-0https://www.educert.ma/index.php/form-contact.html may be more effective.
Myanmarhttp://www.myanmarpoliceforce.org/mm/index.php?option=com_rsform&view=rsform&formId=3&Itemid=704An email to infoteam@mmcert.org.mm may be more effective.
Netherlandshttps://www.politie.nl/en/contacthttps://www.fraudhelpdesk.org/tips-page/ is another strong resource. The Netherlands provides numerous ways to report cybercrime.
New Zealandhttp://www.police.govt.nz/advice/email-and-internet-safety/electronic-crimeNew Zealand prefers having both a police report and CERT report.
Nigeriahttps://www2.cert.gov.ng/report-an-incidentNigerian authorities often require firm external pressure in cybercrime cases.
Norwayhttps://www.politiet.no/en/rad/cybercrime/Norway has a form which can be filled out by either the police or the victim, listed in the link.
Omanhttp://www.rop.gov.om/english/contactus.htmlhttp://www.cert.gov.om/contact.aspx# may be a more effective route.
Panamahttp://www.policia.gob.pa/Contactenos.htmlAn email to info@cert.pa may be more effective.
Paraguayhttp://www.policianacional.gov.py/contacto/An email to abuse@cert.gov.py may be more effective.
Peruhttp://www.pecert.gob.pe 
Philippineshttps://www.doj.gov.ph/reporting_cybercrime.htmlPhillipines provides numerous options to report, listed on the link, as well as a comprehensive estimated duration for each step in the process.
Polandhttp://www.policja.pl/pol/kontakt/skargi-i-wnioski/895,Informacja-dotyczaca-sposobu-zlozenia-skargiwniosku-w-Komendzie-Glownej-Policji.html 
Portugalhttp://cibercrime.ministeriopublico.pt/en/pagina/reportSite direct links to email cibercrime@pgr.pt
Qatarhttps://portal.moi.gov.qa/wps/portal/MOIInternet/awarenesstips/electronicawarenessAs per the website, an email to cccc@moi.gov.qa is optimal.
Romaniahttps://www.politiaromana.ro/ro/petitii-onlineAn email to incidents@qcert.org may be a welcome addition to a police report.
Russiahttp://www.gov-cert.ru/abuse/en/index.htmlCooperation between Russian and western authorities may be limited.
Saudi Arabiahttps://www.saudi.gov.sa/wps/portal/snp/individuals/servicedetails/6166 
Singaporehttps://eservices.police.gov.sg/content/policehubhome/homepage/police-report.html 
Slovakiahttp://www.minv.sk/?kontakty-prezidia-policajneho-zboru 
Sloveniahttps://www.policija.si/eng/index.php/component/content/article/14-forcitizens/1959-write-to-usPhone seems to be the preferred methodology.
South Africahttp://cybercrime.org.za/reporting 
Spainhttps://www.policia.es/denunweb/denuncias.htm and https://www.gdt.guardiacivil.es/webgdt/pinformar.php 
Sri Lankahttp://www.telligp.police.lk/ 
Swedenhttps://polisen.se/utsatt-for-brott/polisanmalan/An email to cert@cert.se may be a welcome addition to a police report.
Switzerlandhttps://www.fedpol.admin.ch/fedpol/en/home/kriminalitaet/cybercrime/meldeformular.html 
Taiwan http://www.twncert.org.tw and https://www.cib.gov.tw/English/ContactUsAn email to irr@twncert.org.tw may be the preferred method.
Tanzaniahttps://www.thaicert.or.th/report-en.html 
Thailandhttps://www.tzcert.go.tz/home/report-incidents-phishing-malware-or-vulnerabilities/report-vulnerability/ and http://www.royalthaipolice.go.th/contact.php 
Tongahttps://www.cert.to/?page_id=137 
Tunisiahttps://tuncert.ansi.tn/publish/content/article.asp?id=91 
Turkeyhttps://www.egm.gov.tr/An email to trcert@usom.gov.tr may be the preferred method.
Ukrainehttp://www.dsszzi.gov.ua/dsszzi/control/en/publish/article?art_id=90011&cat_id=44736 
United Kingdomhttps://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ 
United Stateshttps://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx 
Uruguayhttps://www.cert.uy/inicio/incidentes/reportar_un_incidentes/ 
Uzbekistanhttp://www.cert.uz/en/contact 
Vietnamhttp://www.vncert.gov.vnEmail to ir@vncert.vn seems to be the preferred method.
Zambiahttp://rt.cirt.zm/open.php

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