Services and information
At CSE, we are committed to being as open and transparent as we can be, which helps improve the way we deliver on our mandate. We do this so Canadians can better understand our work and be confident that CSE respects the law and protects their privacy.
This is why we release reports and information to the public.
Our activities are also reviewed by several independent organizations. These parties verify that we are compliant with the law, the Minister’s directions, and our own policies.
Transparency is an essential part of our democracy. By publicly releasing information and working with our review partners, we can continuously improve as an organization.
Learn about the laws and authorities that govern CSE’s activities
Learn about the oversight and review bodies that ensure our activities comply with the law, as well as how to make an official complaint to the Chief of CSE
Learn about the laws and policies CSE follows to protect your privacy
Find published reports, Open Government information, and access to information and privacy information