Cifas, the not-for-profit fraud prevention organisation, helped its members prevent more than £1.5bn in fraud losses in the last year alone. This is good news for the 550 brands from 13 sectors who are Cifas members, but it’s also great news for consumers who are now less likely to fall prey to fraudsters through scams or identity theft.
Cifas members are determined to prevent these kinds of attacks and collaboration is, perhaps, their most effective weapon. Cifas maintains a database that tracks fraud instances reported by members and produces daily bulletins, training, and events to keep members up to date with the latest intelligence.
It’s incredibly powerful when you see your information is on the Dark Web and you can see how easily it can be sold or shared.
IT SECURITY MANAGER
INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING FIRM
We have found implementing BreachAlert a seamless process from start to finish. The platform, itself, is quick to set up and very intuitive, making it easy to create notifications and search its historical database.
Peace of mind is probably one of the key things. The simplicity of the interface is really good. It’s clear and obvious how things work, and there’s flexibility in how you set it up.
GLOBAL TRAVEL AGENT
If your data is lost, leaked or stolen - it could end up on the Dark Web. And, cybercriminals could use it as part of a targeted attack.
Monitoring for your data gives you an early warning so you can reduce risk and avoid follow-on attacks. Our DRP eBook will show you: