Keeping your business safe
As managing our business and personal lives move ever more online, criminals are increasingly using the internet to conduct fraud. We've created checklists and guides to help you keep your business and clients' assets safe.
Email hacking: the risk to advice firms
The trend towards home working – and the resulting use of insecure email – increases the risk of fraud even further. To highlight how criminals can operate, we have detailed two fictitious case studies that closely resemble actual fraud cases.Download now
Top six ways to spot a phishing attack
Phishing is an attempt to gather personal information or to compromise technology for the purpose of financial gain or malicious activities. Every day millions of phishing emails are sent out to unsuspecting victims all over the world. Here are some tips on how to detect them.Download now
Do your passwords pass the password test?
Passwords are an obvious way to prevent unauthorised access, although they need to be strong, robust and, ideally, unique to be effective. To encourage password best practice within advice firms, we’ve highlighted some important tips.Download your checklist
New ways of working can mean new threats
The widescale move to home working has increased the risks of cyber crime even further. Employees may be communicating in new ways and need to share files remotely, for example.
Visit our hub ‘A new way of working’ to find out more about security at home. You’ll also discover lots of tips on maximising your efficiency while working remotely.
How private is your personal information?
This short video demonstrates how anyone could easily get hold of your personal details.
Ten simple ways to prevent fraud
To help you counter the risks to you and your clients, we’ve highlighted below some best practices for preventing fraud.
Spotting fraudulent activity – signs to look out for
Fraudsters can often be detected through some giveaway signs. Here are some to look out for.