Cyber Security Hotline

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Cyber Health is proud to provide guidance to businesses 24/7 if they are experiencing a cyber attack. Please see below when you should or should not call the hotline, and other alternatives if you are not directly experiencing a cyber attack.

When to call

  • You are aware or believe your business is experiencing a cyber attack
  • You need assistance for which government agency to contact regarding a cyber attack

When NOT to call

To attend a Cyber Health workshop

Please register to attend through our website.

To become a member of CCIQ

Please contact CCIQ directly via their website here.

To ask general cyber security or IT questions

please contact REDD directly on 1300 697 333 or send an email to [email protected].

Australian Cyber Security Centre ReportCyber Program

Need to report a cybercrime?

What constitutes a cybercrime?

Cybercrime is the use of a computer or online network to commit crimes such as fraud, online image abuse, identity theft or threats and intimidation. As cybercrime becomes more sophisticated, criminals are targeting individuals, businesses, education institutes and governments.

What should you report through ReportCyber?

  • Identity theft and fraud
  • Cyber-enabled abuse
  • Online fraud
  • Affected devices (malware)

Don't use ReportCyber when:

A physical crime has been committed

Such as your debit, credit card or computer has been stolen.

You have received a scam call

No loss of personal information or money has occurred.

When there is already a court order against the suspect