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CIFAS, the not-for-profit organisation working to reduce and prevent fraud and financial crime in the UK, has recently released a short video on YouTube. It brilliantly illustrates the importance of protecting your privacy on social media and is well worth ...Read Article
As we enter spring, we are entering ever closer to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – the biggest change to data protection regulations in years. You may not be fully aware of what GDPR is (you can read about it ...Read Article
You may have seen in the press and on social media, the ‘Don’t Be Fooled’ campaign launched on 27th November. It educates people about what a money mule is and how someone could unknowingly be helping to launder money. This ...Read Article
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