Attorney General Carr Recognizes National Cyber Security Awareness Month – Georgia Attorney General

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October 04, 2021
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the Attorney General’s Office wants Georgians to know how to keep their sensitive information safe from cybercriminals.
“This is an ideal time to prepare to defend yourself from hackers and identity thieves that are trying to infiltrate your computer and your wallet,” said Attorney General Chris Carr. “National Cyber Security Awareness Month highlights the threats and allows us to find solutions to this ever evolving challenge.”
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 Cybersecurity in Georgia  provides information and tips about cyber threats, protecting your data and network, training employees about cybersecurity, planning for and responding to a security breach, cyber insurance and more.
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