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What information should I provide to SingCERT when my site has had an intrusion?
The organisation or person reporting the incident should provide the following information:
Contact information including name, email addresses, telephone and fax numbers.
Description of the incident, including supporting logs and details such as source and targeted IP addresses, time of occurrence, parties involved and other relevant information.
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We will keep any information specific to your site confidential unless you authorise SingCERT to release that information.
Does SingCERT work with other law enforcement agencies to track down cyber-attackers?
SingCERT is not an investigative or law enforcement agency. SingCERT does not investigate, maintain or disclose information about individual cyber-attackers or conduct criminal investigations.
Our activities focus on providing technical assistance and facilitating communications in response to computer security incidents.
If the company or user is interested in pursuing any form of investigation such as finding out the identity of the intruder or seeking legal prosecution, you may wish to contact the Technology Crime Investigation Branch, Singapore Police Force, at 6435 0000 or discuss it with your organisation's legal officer.
SingCERT does not have legal expertise and cannot offer legal advice.
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