Cyber Crime Advice from Business Watch

06 Mar 2017 1:48 PM | Anonymous

Dear Watch Member,
Technology is rapidly evolving and whilst it provides fantastic opportunities to communicate more efficiently and effectively, enhance processes and achieve greater prosperity, it is also open to criminal abuse.  Just as an office or warehouse requires security against intrusion, so too does your presence in the online world.
To help alert and protect local businesses, a new booklet “The Little Book Of Cyber Scams” has been developed as a new addition to the “Little Book of Big Scams” brand.
The booklet is freely available to view electronically via our website: or via the attached pdf.  Highlighting some key risks and providing practical advice, it is designed to assist you to take the necessary steps to defend your business and your customers against cyber criminals.
To pursue online crime, policing units have been created regionally within The Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) and within local forces and there are now dedicated officers working regionally and locally on protecting victims and seeking to dramatically reduce the chances of you becoming a victim.
We hope that you find this booklet to be both useful and informative and helps you to protect your business in the online world.
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Derrick Sweeney
Watch Liaison Officer
Business Watch
Tel: 01707 355841

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