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Cybercrime Reporting

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⟨=en 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.
Nigeriahttp://www.npf.gov.ng/images/pro_contacts.pdf https://www2.cert.gov.ng/report-an-incident may be a better option. Nigerian 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