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We’d like to make your experience using our social media presences as easy, useful and enjoyable as possible. That’s why we have some rules and Terms of Use (Terms). These Terms exist in addition to user policies or terms and conditions imposed by the social media platform host. Before you engage with our social media accounts, you must agree to the Terms. Posting or commenting on an ACSC social media account will be taken as acceptance of these Terms. Our social media sites are: Facebook


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The Australian Cyber Security Centre publishes this website to distribute information to the public and government ICT security professionals. We regularly review and update the information provided. We do not guarantee and accept no legal liability whatsoever arising from or connected to the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of any material published on this website or any linked website.


The website (CGA), including the cyber-incident reporting portal, is operated by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). The ACSC is part of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), an Australian government agency.

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We monitor cyber threats across the globe 24 hours a day, seven days a week so we can alert Australians early on what to do. We provide advice and information about how to protect yourself and your business online. When there is a cyber security incident, we provide clear and timely advice to individuals, small to medium business, big business and critical infrastructure operators. We work with our business, government and academic partners and experts in Australia and overseas to investigate and develop solutions to cyber security threats.