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Invoice fraud is perhaps one of the simplest forms of fraud, but with the potential to cost businesses millions of pounds if staff are not vigilant.
Criminals are out to exploit the good standing of your business in a crime worth billions each year. Find out the warning signs of trade-based money laundering.
As the threat of cyber fraud attacks increases, we look at the steps businesses can take to mitigate their risk.
Impersonation fraud costs UK businesses millions of pounds every year. Don’t get caught out. Check where the email came from; ask yourself if the request seems odd; and finally, verify the payment with a senior colleague on a trusted number. Watch our video to find out more.
Listen to our recent webinar where we look at the prominent types of social engineering attacks including email interception, phishing and convincing fake calls, and discuss the tools and procedures you can put in place to stay fraud safe.
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