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How your organization can deal with employee fraud

Detection of employee fraud sits squarely within your remit as a CFO, and evidence shows that it’s increasing both in occurrence and severity, with the pandemic having created new opportunities for fraudulent activity. Recent data collated by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners in its

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Watch out for payment redirection scams

ASIC warns small businesses to be vigilant about payment redirection scams 25 July 2022 According to the ACCC, payment redirection scams caused the highest losses to businesses in 2021 The ACCC’s Scamwatch received more than 3,500 reports from small businesses in 2021 Small businesses should

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Beware of business email compromise scams

You’ve probably heard of phishing, where cyber criminals send texts, emails or social media posts which appear to be from individuals or organisations you think you can trust. Business email compromise takes phishing one step further. Using phishing techniques, cyber criminals can steal information such

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5 Scam types you should look out for

Greed, desire, wishful thinking and naivety are lucrative markets for scam artists – and their age-old hustles are increasingly being supplemented by digital chicanery. In 2021 Australians lost an estimated $2 billion to fraudsters, more than double that of 2020, according to the Australian Competition

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How resilient is your business to email scam?

Whether you’re an individual who uses email for online banking and shopping, or a business relying on email to manage payments and invoicing, you should know about Business Email Compromise (BEC). BEC is a type of email scam in which an attacker targets a person

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Your weak passwords are putting your SME at risk

Cyber security firm Zirilio estimates that two-thirds of Australian businesses and large corporations are vulnerable. Zirilio chief marketing officer Lawrence Patrick warned that the use of default passwords specifically poses significant risks. He said that using a default password may seem like an easy option to remember,

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Small businesses have ‘greatest risk’ of cloud cyber attacks

Research conducted over a six-month period shows small businesses are at serious risk of having their data accessed by cybercriminals. Melbourne-based cyber security group Lacework has released the third volume of its Cloud Threat Report, a semi-annual accounting of the ongoing cyber security threats impacting the cloud.

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