Cybersecurity

Report An Incident

If this requires IMMEDIATE attention, please call 1-505-490-0584.


State Employees

Report work-related incidents promptly to your Information Security Officer (ISO). Refer to the Security Incident Questionnaire for more information on what to report. To find out who your ISO is, contact your agency’s Chief Information Office or email our ISO and we will try to assist.


Businesses

Cyber attacks on New Mexico businesses continue to be persistent problem. Each company will have their own security reporting procedure, but below are links that may assist.


Citizens

Internet-related crime, like any other crime, should be reported to appropriate law enforcement investigative authorities at the local, state, federal, or international levels, depending on the scope of the crime. Citizens who are aware of federal crimes should report them to local offices of federal law enforcement. The US Department of Justice’s (US DOJ) Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) is responsible for combating computer and intellectual property crimes.


Report an Incident

 If you are aware of an incident that you believe is affecting the New Mexico Secretary of State of any of our websites, please let us know ASAP. We can be reached by phone, email or the incident reporting form below. 

Be prepared to provide the following information: 

  • Contact Information (Name, Phone Number, Agency, Cell)
  • Physical Location of Incident (include building number, room number, etc.)
  • Date and Time Incident Occurred
  • Is the Incident still ongoing? (yes/no) 

Enter a brief summary of the reported incident. If known, enter what you think has or is happening. Examples of incidents include, but are not limited to: 

  • Lost or stolen laptop computers or other portable devices
  • Lost or stolen media that contains sensitive data
    • Rampant computer virus infections within the network
    • Loss of system or network functionality
    • A disaster scenario or act of terrorism
    • A prolonged power outage
    • A compromised (hacked) computer or server
    • A defaced web page
    • An information security policy violation
    • Briefly describe the impact of the reported incident. If known, include the number of affected critical systems, computers, networks, users and/or agencies.
  • INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICE for the New Mexico Secretary of State

    Email: nmsos.security@state.nm.us

    Phone: 1-800-477-3632

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Quick Contact Information


Mailing & Physical Address
New Mexico Capitol Annex North
325 Don Gaspar, Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

Toll Free : 1-800-477-3632

Business Services Division
Phone 505-827-3600 (Option 1)
Fax 505-827-4387
Email Business.Services@state.nm.us

Bureau of Elections
Phone: 505-827-3600 (Option 2)
Email: Sos.elections@state.nm.us

Ethics Division
Phone: 505-827-3600 (Option 2)
Email: Sos.ethics@state.nm.us

Receptionist
Phone 505-827-3600 (Option 3)