28 February – Fraud unmasked – Protecting North Wales and Cheshire businesses

Fraud can happen to any business, together we can fight it.

Our fraud experts will explain how to spot and avoid common threats and scams. You’ll discover how to protect your business from the latest tricks, and we’ll use real-life examples to show you how to best avoid becoming a victim.

This webinar will cover

  • The role of social engineering plays in most common fraud types
  • Several case studies based on the latest threats which can target your business and employees
  • Hints and tips on how you can stay safe online and beyond

Who should I invite?

Criminals are not selective on whom they target within an organisation and therefore we always recommend that all staff would benefit from the content delivered.

We encourage employees whose roles form part of:

  • Bankline and online banking duties
  • Accounting, HR and Payroll
  • Finance Staff
  • Administrative Staff
  • New employees

Join us

Date: Wednesday 28th February 2024

Time: 10:00am GMT

Register here

How long will it last?

Please allow 45 minutes which will enable the ‘next steps’ after a fraud has been reported to Action Fraud, to be covered in detail.

There will be an opportunity for Q&A following the presentation.

Learn about fraud today, to stop it happening tomorrow.


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