With many businesses asking their teams to work remotely, security experts are warning of spikes in cyber-crime attempts.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a surge of phishing attempts on unsuspecting individuals. One such attack used the logo of the CDC Health Alert Network claiming to provide a list of local active infections, before stealing confidential information from the unprepared victims.
Cyber criminals are looking to take advantage of this period of global uncertainty, reinforcing the urgent need for everyone to be extra vigilant when it comes to cybercrime.
We have received a great deal of emails from our members offering guidance and support to other members. Key questions and answers below:
Read This Before You Transfer Any Money
People involved in property transfers are a target for cyber fraud scams. You must take precautions when transferring money.
You cannot trust bank account information that is provided over the phone, by email or sent by SMS to your mobile phone.