New York will increase security at houses of worship after a deadly shooting at a synagogue in California, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday said.

Cuomo in a statement said the State Police will increase its security presence at synagogues and houses of worship as a result of the attack near San Diego, which killed one person and wounded several others.

“New York grieves for the family of the victim and those wounded in the horrific shooting at Chabad of Poway in California,” Cuomo said.

“Six months to the day after the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in our nation’s history, and on the final day of Passover, we are confronted with another devastating attack in a synagogue, a holy place of worship. New York stands shoulder to shoulder with the Jewish community and people of all faiths.”

Officials are calling the attack a hate crime and it followings attacks on churches, synagogues and houses of worship across the country and the globe.

“We must come together during this troubling time to root out hate in all its forms and show the nation we will never be divided by these despicable acts of violence,” Cuomo said.