As the COVID-19 crisis has driven more and more Floridians to live their lives online, we have seen a significant increase in malicious cyber activity, including fraudulent apps, fake websites, e-scams, and phishing emails trying to exploit the crisis. All of us—businesses, schools, governments, and especially individuals—must be extra vigilant and highly suspicious of anything online that relates to COVID-19, either directly or indirectly, during this time. Visit Cyber Florida’s new COVID-19 Cybersecurity Advisory Center for the latest advisories and guidance.

Cyber Florida's Staff Director, Dr. Ron Sanders, shares some thoughts on the cyber-pranksters that are taking advantage of public forums where attendees are not required to reveal their true identity.

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. @Manateeschools has joined the partnership with Cyber Florida & @myfcit to prepare high school students for in-demand #cyber jobs! Starting in fall 2020, the "Cybersecurity Essentials" course will be offered in high schools across Manatee County. https://t.co/7CVu0jRQqB

Register now for The Path to CMMC workshop. Cyber Florida ExDir Mike McConnell talks with CMMC AB Chair Ty Schieber about timeline expectations, C3PAO progress, and the certification process. Wed., Aug 5, 12:30-2:30 PM EST
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