Cyber Security – Michigan (.Gov)

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Technology is becoming more integrated into our daily routines and cyber security threats continue to advance with unsurpassable speed.  Michiganders must do everything they can to be protected.
Cyber criminals are using various means to exploit vulnerabilities in computer systems. According to the FBI Internet Crime Compliant Center’s (IC3) 2018 Internet Crime Report, Michigan citizens lost more than $80.9 million from cyber crimes in 2014.
To protect yourself, your family and your property before a cyber-attack occurs:
For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/cybersecurity.
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