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EE Phishing Scam

Scam of the week: EE Phishing Scam Tricks Users with Sneaky URL

With a new year comes new scams and despite only being a week into 2020, fraudsters have already launched a devious new phishing scam aimed at defrauding EE customers. Victims have reported receiving text messages purporting to be from the UK-based mobile network provider. The message reads: “We were unable…

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A Guide to PSD2 – Strong Customer Authentication

Advances in digital technologies and the growth of the internet have led to an explosion in online crime. As traditional crimes like burglary and car theft continue to fall, online fraud has quickly become the most common crime in the UK with almost one in ten people falling victim. Criminals have shifted…

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How do Hackers Get Caught?

How do Hackers Normally Get Caught?

The growth of cybercrime in recent years has been truly staggering. The age old saying that crime doesn’t pay has unfortunately been knocked on its head as cybercrime has become an increasingly lucrative and profitable business.

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Scam of the Week – TSB IT Crisis

At the beginning of this week, over 1.9million TSB Bank customers had trouble accessing their accounts, with some without access to their app or services for days. It all began when TSB announced on Twitter they would be upgrading their systems between 4pm Friday 20 April until 6pm Sunday 22April, in…

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Why You Need To Phish Your Employees

Phishing emails, quite simply, are a one-way ticket to gain access to your organisation, whether it be via your drives, network or information assets. The simple way to solve this? Do not click on the link!

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