Build a cyber-aware business

Overview

Technology is at the core of everyday life, and it creates new opportunities for businesses of all types and sizes. However, it has also given criminals new tools for gaining access to information and funds. Cyberattacks have evolved to become more sophisticated, and statistics show there has been a significant increase in attacks against companies in Hong Kong.

 

In 2019,

8,322

The number of computer crime cases in Hong Kong in 2019 represents a

49%

increase from 2017.

Approximately

HKD2,907m

of financial loss was reported in 2019 due to computer crime cases. 


Source: Hong Kong Police Force


At HSBC, we’re committed to protecting the interests of our customers and the financial system. We’ve created this page to help you understand more about different cyber threats and online security risks. It also provides tips and guidance on how to stay vigilant for a cybersecure future.
Watch this episode of the Business Banking eSeries to find out how you can protect your business from cybercrime.

Received messages or calls claiming to be from HSBC? Stay vigilant and think carefully. We would never send you any messages with links asking you to log on to Business Internet Banking or to provide your username and password over the phone or via pre-recorded voice messages.

Protect your Personal Digital Keys; Beware of Fraudulent Links!
Visit the HKMA website to learn more about Personal Digital Keys and security tips, and watch their educational video (Chinese only).

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