Cyber Security & Fraud

Coronavirus has given fraudsters more opportunities than ever to cheat consumers out of their money.

The Project Financial Crime team has been discussing fraud scams prevalent in our current situation. Here is a great article that highlights the main trends to watch out for in the year ahead.

GCA, an international, cross-sector organisation, are offering a number of guides and resources helpful for those working remotely:

NCSC is a government agency that provides advice and support for the public and private sector in how to avoid computer security threats.

They publish weekly threat reports on COVID-19 related fraud and scams

Cyjax aims to provide effective cyber threat intelligence solutions to tackle the growing number of digital threats that organisations and people face today. They have written several whitepapers regarding COVID-19 cyber threats.

Tripwire is a provider of cyber-security solutions and offer free resources on how to protect your family from cyber crime

NIST’s blog can provide guidance on how to enhance privacy of virtual meetings for remote workers

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