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Scam of the Week: Santander, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland customers targeted

Fraudsters are using new online security checks to trick banking customers into handing over their financial details and personal data.

Banks, card providers and retailers across the EU are currently in the process of emailing customers asking them to provide up to date contact information, as part of new checks for online card payments known as strong customer authentication (SCA).

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Scam of the Week: Nescafé Coffee fans urged to avoid Social Media Phishing Scam

Nescafé coffee lovers are the latest to be targeted with a phishing scam designed to steal their personal details and infect their device with malware.

The scam is circulating widely on social media and users have reported receiving a message saying: “Nescafe offers free coffee machine and 3 coffee packs. Complete this mini survey and win a Nescafe Coffee machine”

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World Password Day was created to raise awareness about the importance of strong, secure passwords. With ever-increasing threats to your corporate, personal information and online security, maintaining strong passwords is critical.

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What Brexit could mean for GDPR & Data Protection.

There is little doubt that in two weeks time we’ll be done with March. The question remains however, and this is where the uncertainty lies, as we finish with March, will the UK be done with the EU. So what does this mean for GDPR?

If you happen to know the answer to that question, do let us know. In the meantime, the varying options being explored seem to change on an increasing basis. Will there be a deal, what will it look like, or will it be no deal, are we running out of time? Don’t worry, this is a Noel Edmond pun free zone, I promise.

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Data Protection Day 2019

Today is the day we’ve been looking forward to all year, yes that’s right, it’s Data Protection Day 2019! Are you celebrating as we are, by unsubscribing from the email newsletters that we don’t actually read, or maybe downgrading social media access or installing a new ad blocker on your favourite web browser? We thought so…

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Dean HogarthArticles