The scale of fraud in the UK against businesses, individuals and public finances continues to increase at a significant pace. The modern face of fraud is increasingly cross border and cyber enabled.
A set of straightforward definitions for common cyber security terms.
Cyber threats emanate from a wide range of offenders from opportunist criminals to sophisticated Organised Crime Groups.
Cyber security is the means by which individuals and organisations reduce the risk of being affected by cyber-crime. It is important to stay safe online to prevent cyber criminals getting hold of our accounts, data, and devices.
If you are reporting fraud or cybercrime, this section contains information on how to report.
This section contains a quiz to test your knowledge on cyber fraud.
We estimate that the NHS is vulnerable to £1.21 billion worth of fraud each year.
Report any suspicions or concerns about fraud against the NHS to the NHSCFA.
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