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What can businesses do?

Here are some simple measures you can take to prevent cybercrime in your business.

  1. Don’t use public devices or free Wi-Fi to access company emails.

  2. Validate suspicious requests to change beneficiary information or for unusual or urgent payments.

  3. Don’t click on hyperlinks embedded in emails to access internet banking services.

  4. Use “Forward” instead of “Reply” to respond to emails that send you bank details.

  5. Set up a unique company domain for company email accounts.

  6. Ensure your computer has up-to-date anti-virus software installed.

  7. Establish dual authorisation controls for transactions and entitlements.

  8. Use a strong password and change it regularly.

  9. Treat information shared on social media and out-of-office replies with caution.

  10. Know your business partners and treat any request for major changes to payment details with caution.

We are dedicated to supporting you to build on your cybercrime knowledge, and we continuously review our efforts and upgrade our systems to provide you with a safe banking environment. However, keeping your account secure is a joint effort. View the sections below for tips on keeping your accounts secure.

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