Welsh Language Commissioner’s Office: cyber attack statement
The Welsh Language Commissioner’s Office has recently suffered a cyber-attack including the possible loss of data. We are working with the appropriate authorities to investigate the matter and doing all that we can to recover the situation.
As a result of this incident, it is not possible to contact us by e-mail at the moment. Although there is no evidence to date that e-mails sent externally by us have been affected, as a precaution we recommend that any e-mails sent by the Commissioner's office from 2 December 2020 onwards are not opened.
If you are a member of the public, or an organisation, and feel that you may have been affected by this incident, or if you believe that we hold any of your personal or sensitive data, you can contact us on 0345 6033221 or by sending us a private message through our Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn accounts.
You are also welcome to contact us through the above channels if you have any other questions.
For the most current and effective Cyber Protection advice please visit the National Cyber Security Centre’s Cyber Aware website.
If you believe you have been the victim of a cyber-attack personally, please report the matter to Action Fraud via their website, or via 0300 123 2040.
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