How to avoid Phishing, Vishing, Smishing, Cyber Fraud and much more

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  • Credit Card Fraud
  • False applications for new credit
  • Fraudulent use of medical care
  • Fraudulent withdrawals from bank accounts
  • Social Insurance Number Fraud (for tax and employment)
  • Check your bank statements regularly to make sure there are no strange transactions.
  • Know your payment due dates. Investigate if a bill doesn't show up when you expect it.
  • Keep track of your Health Insurance plan statements.
  • Shred any documents containing sensitive information.
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The Rise of Cyber Crime

There's no denying that cyber crime is getting worse every year, but where did it all start?

Looking back 20 years, the most common cyber attacks were malicious code, Trojans and advanced worms

Now cyber attacks include banking malware, bitcoin wallet stealers, ransomware and POS attacks.. just to name a few

The first ransomware attack was reported in 1989, where the victim had to pay $189

Whereas last year, the South Korean company 'Nayana' had to pay approximately $1 million in ransomware attack

The total cost of cyber crime is expected to hit US $6 trillion by 2021.

This would make it the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history

Cyber Incident Response Management will help your organisation identify, detect and contain incidents faster.