• Fortnite: Battle Royale

    Fortnite: Battle Royale has received a considerable amount of media coverage recently due to growing popularity amongst children – and also emerging safety concerns. The NSPCC have pulled together some information about the game and how to keep your children safe while playing it.

  • Joint US - UK statement on malicious cyber activity carried out by Russian government

    The NCSC, FBI and DHS have issued a joint Technical Alert about malicious cyber activity carried out by the Russian Government.

  • National Lottery customers warned to change passwords

    Camelot, the operator of the National Lottery, has asked all customers to change their passwords as a precaution, following a "low level" cyberattack that affected some 150 accounts.

  • NCSC Cyber Security - Small Business Guide

    Cyber security can feel like a daunting challenge for many small business owners. But it needn’t be. Following the five quick and easy steps outlined in the guide below could save time, money and even your business’ reputation.

  • The Little Book of Cyber Scams

    The Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU), Eastern ROCU, are pleased to present you with our 'Little Book of Cyber Scams', reproduced with kind permission of the Falcon Protect team at the Metropolitan Police.

 

£600. The average amount of money lost by victims of CSSF.

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CSSF - Computer Software Service Fraud.

 CSSF - Computer Software Service Fraud.

Fraudsters posing to be from legitimate companies such as your internet service provider (ISP) or Microsoft, claim that they will fix your computer for a fee. They may cold call you to offer this 'service', or create fraudulent websites, pop-ups & ads in order to lure you into calling them. What they're really after is remote access to your computer & your financial details.

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