No cybersecurity incident is too big or too small to report. If something seems suspicious to you, we want to know about it! The methods you can use to report cybersecurity incidents are listed below.
If you have received a phishing message:
- Do not respond
- Follow the instructions on How to Report Suspicious or Unwanted Emails
If you clicked on the link or opened the attachment in a phishing email, complete the above steps before proceeding with the following:
- Scan your system for viruses
- Change your NetID password by going to queensu.ca/its
- Update your security questions when changing your password
Computer or Mobile Device Theft
If you suspect that your device has been stolen, you can report the theft of computing equipment to Queen’s Campus Security and Emergency Services at 613-533-6733.
If your device contained university data and your device was not encrypted, this is a security incident and must be treated as such.Campus Security and Emergency Services
Unauthorized Access and Copyright Violations
Please report unauthorized network access attempts, and copyright violations originating from IP addresses starting with 130.15, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unauthorized access refers to individuals accessing an organization's networks, data, endpoints, applications or devices, without receiving permission.
Online Harassment and Cyberbullying at Queen's