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Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Encourages Floridians To Protect Their Identity, Finances From Cyber Criminals

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As National Cybersecurity Month ends, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is urging people to stay vigilant when it comes to protecting their personal information.

As National Cybersecurity Month ends, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is urging people to stay vigilant when it comes to protecting their personal information. Moody says the pandemic has forced many to rely on technology, and she says this shift has brought on new cyber threats.

"From Zoom bombers hacking video conferences, to imposter websites infected with malware, even fraudsters using this pandemic and technology to scam Floridians," Moody says.

Moody says Floridians can learn how to protect their identities and finances by going to the Florida Attorney General website.