The compensation culture may have just received its greatest support to date, following the Supreme Court ruling to axe employment tribunal fees.
Charlie Mullins opens fire, declaring universities are cash-hungry fraudsters and insisting schoolchildren needn’t buy into them for business success.
The Treasury hopes new laws will make it harder for terrorists and criminals to move money through the UK financial system – which currently costs Britain £24bn a year.
When it comes to business cyber attacks, we have found that organisations are often confident in the defences they have in place.
Consumers place a lot of trust in retailers when making online purchases, especially when it comes to keeping their personal details secure.
Businesses globally, regardless of size and industry, rely on the internet for day-to-day activity – but IoT attacks (Internet of Things) present a real threat to SMEs as well as large firms.
Lee Murphy, owner of accountancy software Pandle, provides some crucial guidance on how to identify a fake HMRC letter – saving you from big losses.
Given recent high-profile media reports of cloud hacks, it’s no wonder business owners are nervous about putting their operational data in the cloud, but is this fear justified?
Ransomware was the big cyber security news story of 2016, and so far this year the malicious software threat hasn’t reduced.
A new campaign from Barclays has warned SMEs to stay vigilant against email impersonation fraud, detailing the alarming financial damage the online attacks can cause.
Adam Reynolds examines the issue of honesty, something required by all businesses to deal with big problems such as expenses fraud.
With a number of high-profile cases seemingly normalising expenses abuse, Adam Reynolds explains why workplace culture is key to fighting fraud.