The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is the UK’s technical authority on cyber security. It has recently launched the latest phase of the Cyber Aware campaign, aiming to help sole traders, micro businesses and small organisations stay safe online. Last […]
Scots have been warned to be aware of ‘catfishing’ romance fraud in the run-up to Valentine’s Day. Advice Direct Scotland, which runs the national consumer advice service consumeradvice.scot, has launched a new campaign highlighting the tactics used by scammers to exploit situations of loneliness or isolation of their targets.
The NCSC are urging individuals to protect their personal accounts, check before they buy, and use secure payment methods to stay ahead of the threat from criminals this shopping season.
Test your fraud and scam knowledge today to keep your business safe with Take Five’s ‘Can You Spot Fraud?’ quiz.
We are proud to be supporting Take Five to Stop Fraud with their campaign, the Cost of Living Challenge. With the increase in the cost of household bills, falling for a fraud or a scam may hit people that much […]
Charity Fraud Awareness Week (17 – 21 October 2022) is an award-winning campaign run by a partnership of charities, regulators, law enforcers, representative and umbrella bodies, and other not-for-profit stakeholders from across the world.
We are proud to be supporting Take Five to Stop Fraud with their campaign, The Art of Impersonation. Criminals are experts at impersonating people and organisations we trust, such as the police, your bank, a delivery or utility company, friends […]
This week is Scottish Apprenticeship Week. Whether you’re looking to improve your long-term talent pipeline or address skills gaps, the Scottish apprenticeship programme offers flexible options to suit your business needs. Employers can use apprenticeships to attract new talent or […]