The UK’s register of company information will be reformed to clamp down on fraud and money laundering, the government has announced today.
Content expert, Uday Tank outlines the six most common methods fraudsters use to scam the UK’s SMEs.
As fraudsters try to perpetuate crimes from the comfort of their bedroom, SMEs must ensure they don’t leave the digital front door open for criminals to charge their way through.
Impersonation fraud is an increasingly effective form of digital crime and SMEs can prevent it for free.
ASG Technologies’ Jesse Canada explores the reputational damage that a data leak can cause and the ways bosses can protect their brands.
The much trumpeted university student fees and loans concoction is bringing on a scandal of biblical proportions. It embraces fraudulent government accounting, a debased admissions system and an army of disillusioned and over indebted graduates. The good news is the City Grump has a modest proposal.
Syedur Rahman of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, talks about why companies will keep losing millions to financial crime unless action is taken.
Criminals come in many guises, but it appears that they are increasingly swapping a crowbar and a swag bag for a laptop and smartphone.
Former England defender Sol Campbell has said he’s found business ownership to be a natural next-step following his illustrious football career.
With ransomware attacks affecting more and more UK organisations, Richard Blanford asks why many owners remain too afraid to accept that their firm’s IT systems may not be up to scratch.
Strictly Come Dancing’s former head judge, Len Goodman, has added to his skills as a ballroom dancer and TV presenter by enlisting in the SAS, or Scam Avoidance School, to help people aged 60 and over avoid being taken in by scammers.
UK retailers have seen a “concerning spike” in severe violence against employees and a continued rise in retail crime such as shoplifting, new industry data has revealed.