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Protect Yourself from Business Email Fraud

If you receive an email from a vendor saying they've changed banks and are requesting you start sending payments to that new bank - please stop, call and verify. Don't send a penny until you have phoned them at the number you have on file to verify the validity of the email. Make that call - don't respond to the email in question to confirm!

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Essential Cybersecurity Tips for Your Small Business

As a small business owner, you may think you're not as much of a target as the larger companies whose data breaches end up in the news. However, businesses with less than 100 employees are increasingly finding themselves targeted in cyberattacks.

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Hack the Human: End-user Training and Tips to Combat Social Engineering

We like to think we can trust our co-workers to do the right thing. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Some people become insider threats; that is, they use their authorized access to systems to harm their organization. For example, someone may sell information from a database to a third party.

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Services to Protect Your Business from Fraud

At FCCB, we have services that help protect your operation from fraud.

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Business Email Imposters

A scammer sets up an email address that looks like it's from your company. Then, the scammer sends out messages using that email address. This practice is called spoofing, and the scammer is what we call a business email imposter. Scammers do this to get passwords and bank account numbers or to get someone to send them money. When this happens, your company has a lot to lose. Customers and partners might lose trust and take their business elsewhere - and your business could then lose money.

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