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GDPR and fraud opportunists

Image of people working at computers. Corporate Banking at Barclays.

July 2016

This article explores the basics of GDPR and what it means to large-scale corporates, but also the way in which opportunistic fraudsters are using GDPR as a means to target the vulnerable and harness data.

Barclays in-house Privacy Manager, Rhys Jones, and Prudence Smith, Head of User Behaviour and Awareness, discuss the need for robust and intelligent responses to protect our systems – particularly in light of these coercive methods of harnessing information.

Fighting financial crime

Organised crime costs the UK economy £24bn a year. Make sure you're not an unwitting participant.

Going the distance

A high-level guide to business continuity planning for corporate treasurers.