Increase staff awareness about social engineering fraud at all levels and across all parts of the business, in particular those who are likely to liaise with third parties and clients, not just the finance department. Quite often it’s the staff who deal with clients and suppliers every day who will request finance to make ad-hoc payments. Effectively communicating the risk of a social engineering loss only adds an extra defence barrier to preventing a fraud.
The 3 key actions to prevent being a victim:
Here are some examples and best practices on how to mitigate and stop a social engineering loss occurring.
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