Cybersecurity

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Protecting your online information is a responsibility we take seriously.
To learn how you can best protect your data, review Secure Florida's best practices for data protection here.

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Want to learn even more?

Register for a FREE cybersecurity training from Secure Florida and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for your group. You can review a list of their most requested training topics here.

Cyber criminals' tactics are evolving constantly. If you'd like to stay informed, sign up for any of the newsletters offered by FraudSupport.org. You'll find regularly updated information from federal departments like Consumer Affairs, the FBI and the FTC as well as groups dedicated to our aging population such as AARP and the National Council on Aging.

If you believe you are a victim of a cybercrime, don't wait to take these steps:keyboard button with security text

1. First, report the incident to your local law enforcement authority.
2. Then, report the incident to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Florida Computer Crime Center.
3. Finally, remember to file a complaint to the FBI's Internet Complaint Center.

Business owners, report data breaches to the Florida Department of Legal Affairs.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement also offers sector-specific information at BusinessSafe.org.

padlock with dataThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) provides alerts and tips from the National Cyber Awareness System here.

Check out these tips for keeping your data secure on mobile devices.

Generate a security checklist specific to your smartphone thanks to this generator from the Federal Communications Commission.

Use steps like these from the CISA to protect you and your family while traveling.

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