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Businesses should train staff how to detect and avoid falling victim to social engineering to help keep their data secure
Called Car Wash, the system considers over 30 potential indicators of motor insurance fraud in a streamlined process using innovative technology and novel algorithms
The FCA is to announce details of a plan in the new year but is looking at how it maintains whistle blower confidentiality; how information is shared between supervision and enforcement teams; and how it can enhance senior oversight of investigations.
The scale and impact of these frauds capture the attention of people around the world — even leading to massive regulatory overhauls or fraudsters becoming ingrained in pop culture
The holidays are a popular time for online and phone scams says Halifax Regional Police's 'fraud squad'
Social engineering is the core technique used in a series of cyber attacks targeting government, defence, nuclear, energy and financial organisations around the world, which means people are key to defence
The majority of UK retailers are planning to increase cyber security measures during the Christmas season, a survey reveals
As attackers begin to use multiple command and control systems to communicate with backdoors and other malware, how can organisations ensure that they detect such methods and that all C&C systems are removed, including “sleepers” designed to be activated at a future date?
One measure is to deploy bank account verification technology. This works by cross referencing payee account details with the name of the account holder.
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