Data privacy and cybersecurity are increasingly important issues for all Arizonans, and they are among the highest priorities for the Attorney General’s Office.
Identity theft is one of the most common types of consumer fraud, and it can affect individuals and businesses of all sorts. You can find additional information regarding identity theft on our website or by visiting the Federal Trade Commission’s website at identitytheft.gov.
To help protect your credit profile from possible identity theft or other fraudulent activity, you might want to consider implementing a security freeze.
Arizona recently enacted a new data-breach notification law, which is designed to give notice to Arizona residents when their personal information has been compromised. Discover answers to frequently asked questions about the law.
For persons and entities required to provide notice of a data breach to the Attorney General under the new notification law, please complete a data-breach notification form. Alternatively, you can send your notification via e-mail to email@example.com or by mail to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection & Advocacy Section, 2005 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004.