October 4, 2022

Frauds that will increase during the cost-of-living crisis

Tim Mitchell, Content Director, Get Safe Online You can be sure that whenever there’s a crisis, it will be accompanied by fraudsters preying on people’s emotions, […]
September 28, 2022

Charity Fraud Awareness Week takes place 17 – 21 October

Fraud Advisory Panel This year’s Charity Fraud Awareness Week will take place from Monday 17 – Friday 21 October 2022, the Fraud Advisory Panel have announced. […]
September 27, 2022

The changing tactics of cyber criminals

Mark Moore, Director, South West Cyber Resilience Centre You’ve been round the block, and you know what a fraud looks like. You’re on the lookout for […]
September 21, 2022

Fraud: the infinite game (but I’m not sure everyone’s playing)

Phil Sapey, Counter Fraud Manager, Cancer Research UK In 2018 I saw fraud described as an ‘infinite game’ and in 2020 I happened across a webinar […]
September 15, 2022

Preventing procurement fraud

Alan Bryce, Business Fraud Campaign Manager, Fraud Advisory Panel All organisations need to buy in goods and services. Regardless of whether you rely on a handful […]
August 3, 2022

Be alert to the growing risk of cyber fraud post pandemic

As we emerge from the pandemic we are seeing the threat of fraud and risk to finances move to more of a cyber dependant phase – where actors are relying increasingly on computers and internet connected devices.
July 26, 2022

Good cyber security can help protect against fraud

According to the National Crime Agency, fraud is now the most prevalent type of crime in England and Wales and a significant rising problem for charities.
January 4, 2022

What is payment diversion fraud, and how can you avoid it?

Payment diversion is a type of impersonation fraud. In its most basic form, it started when humans began exchanging products and services for payment, be that early coinage, a sheep, a cartwheel or a flagon of wine.
November 1, 2021

Shine a light and sign the Fraud Pledge!

Close your eyes. Imagine a fraudster. What do they look like? A shadowy figure, deeply suspicious and clearly criminal, working outside of the organisation and planning sophisticated ways to get around your safeguards?