Get educated on some of the most common scams that the FBI investigates, as well as tips to help prevent you from being victimized.
Visit the Bureau’s White-Collar Crime and Cyber Crime webpages for information on more fraud schemes.
Getting educated and taking a few basic steps may well keep you from becoming a victim of crime and fraud—and save you a great deal of time and trouble.
You can also help us protect your families and communities by reporting suspicious activities and helping find wanted fugitives and missing kids.
The type of software the NHS is now grappling with is called ransomware.
The Annual Fraud Indicator 2016 estimates the cost of fraud to the UK is £193bn a year.These are just a few words you might hear in relation to fraud.Fraud can be committed against individuals or businesses.This kind of activity usually involves a modification of a conventional crime by using computer.Some examples are; Financial Claims: This would include cheating, credit card frauds, money laundering etc.
Internet services and websites make it easy for us to pay bills, shop, make online reservations and even work. Criminal minds can reach these days further than before, into our private lives, our homes and work offices. Attack methods and tools vary from traditional attack vectors, which use malicious software and vulnerabilities present in almost all the programs and apps (even in the popular Windows operating systems), to ingenious phishing scams deployed from unexpected regions of the world, where justice can’t easily reach out to catch the eventual perpetrators.