This festive season the City of London Police is running ‘The 12 online frauds of Christmas’ campaign to protect millions of people across the country from falling victim to cyber-fraudsters.
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The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is raising awareness of the methods used by fraudsters to trick victims into calling apparent mobile phone numbers beginning with “070”which transpire to be premium rate numbers.
Five people have been arrested in the UK as part of an international operation targeting users of software designed to remotely take over, control and steal information from computers.
The ICO have issued advice to users of webcams to change their passwords as they are aware that there is a new website that is streaming live footage obtained from insecure cameras across the world.
Action Fraud has received reports of a fraudster cold calling members of the public claiming they must pay a debt or face having a bailiff sent round.
New malware has emerged called WireLurker, which is capable of infecting devices running both Apple’s mobile iOS platform as well as its desktop Mac OS X operating system.
Security firm Adaptivemobile has uncovered a new variant of the “Android.Koler.A” malware which is being called Worm.koler and is spread by text message.
We are supporting National Consumer Week 2014 - a campaign which focuses on preventing doorstep crime by encouraging neighbours, family, friends and carers to look out for those most at risk in their communities.