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A new campaign, backed by Stephen Fry, aims to get Facebook users to think about keeping their bank details secure, either online or offline.
M.T. writes: I was very interested in your recent article about fraud involving Santander accounts as I also have been a victim.
Brian Sims picks out the main points of the latest report issued by Financial Fraud Action UK which offers both encouragement and a modicum of disappointment for the anti-fraud community.
The likes of Santander and Halifax are potentially leaving millions of users vulnerable to hi-tech fraud, according to consumer watchdog Which?
Former England manager Sven-Göran Eriksson was among victims of a mysterious deal to buy Notts County FC
The FSA has become the latest high-profile public sector organisation to join the UK's fraud prevention service to counteract crime among regulated individuals.
The FSA is launching a thematic review into banks procedures for finding and fighting investment fraud.
Four men have been charged with conspiracy to defraud following police enquiries into four companies believed to have been involved in land banking.
According to a survey of banks and credit unions, 23% learn of fraud through their own auditing processes. This means that more than three quarters of all bank fraud is detected either by customers or third parties. Just 32% of banks felt prepared to prevent online bank fraud.
IronKey, a provider of security, authentication and virtual computing products and services, has introduced new Online Banking Customer Success Services to help institutions prevent account takeovers and differentiate their online banking offerings using its Trusted Access for Banking solution.
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