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Covid19 scams and cybercrime warning

Coronavirus – stay safe online

With more people working and socialising online due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus) unfortunately there comes a greater risk of cybercrime. Criminals will try to exploit people’s fears to try to obtain information or money or to spread malicious software. We want individuals and businesses to stay safe online and therefore we hope the following 10 tips […]

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Criminals Exploiting Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

It is important to remember that the vast majority of people who offer or provide services in times of crisis do so with the best of intentions. Unfortunately there are examples of a minority of people exploiting the current situation to take advantage of vulnerable people. This minority could be organised criminals, ordinary people or […]

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Stay safe at Christmas

Season’s greetings – and stay safe – why this is not always the season of goodwill! Firstly we at Fraud Management Resource Centre and Rightway Compliance would like to wish our customers and friends all the very best at this time of year. We would also like to remind people that the festive season is […]

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Black Friday – Stay Safe Online

https://haveibeenpwned.com/ Black Friday – Stay Safe Online This Friday (in fact this week) sees the latest Black Friday sales events and with it unfortunately comes a greater risk of cybercrime. We want individuals and businesses to stay safe online and therefore we hope the following 10 tips will help reduce the chances of you becoming […]

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International Fraud Awareness Week

Is my small or medium sized organisation at risk of fraud? – Peter and John didn’t think so! This week we are pleased to once again support International Fraud Awareness Week 2019 . Our focus this week is to help organisations of all sizes and sectors understand the risks they face and provide some practical simple […]

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Charity Fraud Awareness 2019

Does your charity have a problem with cybercrime?

Does your charity have a problem with cybercrime? Could your charity be leaking money to fraudsters and cybecriminals, reducing the amount of funds it can direct to its good causes? This week is International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019  and today we are asking charities whether they think they have a problem with Cybercrime. The […]

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Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019

Assessing your risks This week is International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019  and we are showing our support by not only helping to share great advice and resources provided by organisations such as the Fraud Advisory Panel and the Charity Commission we are going to be once again running our ‘Let us show you how’ […]

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New variant on banking phone/text scam

New variant on banking phone/text scam One of our members has just alerted us to a variant on a bank telephone/text scam and the person concerned had £800 taken from their bank account by fraudsters – so please be aware: The individual received a call from someone pretending to be from their bank – even […]

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Don’t forget the insider threat to your data security

Don’t forget the insider threat to your data security The latest threat report by the National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC) has reminded us of the need to remember the insider threat to data security. Insiders (member of staff, contractors, NEDs, Trustees) can pose a threat either through accidental or malicious acts which can lead to data loss […]

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