Cyber Security is a real issue, and we’ve all heard stories of people being scammed where we thought “this wouldn’t have happen to me”, but this industry has become so sophisticated that it’s increasingly difficult to know what to open or what to do if worst case scenario we are affected.

Business Australia (BA) has created a program to explore cyber training and provide resources to defend against online threats to your business.

Source: Business Australia 

In this article BA ‘Cyber Scams: Don’t Compromise your Business’ they are discussing Business Email Compromise (BEC) is one of several cybercrimes on the rise so it’s important to understand what it entails and how it can impact your business.

Essentially, it’s a form of scam that targets all businesses. The way BEC works is by impersonation. Cybercriminals will use similar names, domains or false logos of genuine businesses or business representatives to impersonate them. They can also compromise email accounts pretending to be a co-worker or a person of power in your business. And it’s all aimed at scamming money or luxury goods from unsuspecting victims.

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