Kentucky Creating Cyber Crime Task Force

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 2/20 7:39 pm
The Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions is setting up a cyber crimes task force to protect banks and their customers from thieves.

The task force will work closely with banks and law enforcement agencies across the state to stay up to date on the latest online scams and how the public can prevent them.

Task force members said Kentuckians should also be proactive in keeping up with the latest scam alerts and news.

They also suggest people reach out to their banks to ask about the security measures in place to protect customers.


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