Action Fraud has received the first reports of Tech-Support scammers claiming to be from Microsoft taking advantage of the global WannaCry ransomware attack. Please see the attached alert for more information.
With the upcoming “Wedding Season”, and for those individuals who are considering making plans for next year and beyond, you should be aware of the potential risks of fraud involved.
The NFIB has identified a new fraudulent trend that could impact the general public in relation to set-top boxes infected with malware which may steal users’ details to commit fraud.
The information contained in this alert is based on intelligence collated by the Cyber Protect Team in the NFIB. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the recent trends in phishing campaigns targeting Internet users in the UK.
National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s Monthly Fraud Threat Update for April 2017.
Fraudsters are researching solicitor organisations and obtaining their Document Exchange (DX) number to commit fraud against legitimate companies and organisations. Please see the attached alert for more information.
With Easter fast approaching, the NFIB has put together an alert on PBX fraud for schools and businesses around the UK who might be targeted by hackers during the holidays.
Fraudsters are sending out a high volume of phishing emails to personal and business email addresses, with a Banking Trojan hidden in an attachment.
National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s Monthly Fraud Threat Update for March 2017.
This Binary Options alert has been produced by the NFIB to remind police forces, regulatory bodies, and members of the public of the inherent risks that exist with these types of investments.
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