Protecting your business or charity from fraud

04 June @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am, Online

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Learn ways in which you can protect your business or charity from fraud

About this Event

Brought to you in collaboration between the Lloyds Bank Academy and the Lloyds Bank Business Hub and Events Team, this course will tell you all about how to keep your business or charity safe from fraud. You will learn about topics such as:

• CEO Fraud

• Invoice Fraud

• Phishing

• Ransomware

• Fraud prevention

We will provide you with some real life examples of how the fraudsters target businesses and charities like yours. The course will also tell you where you can get more information and support.

This will be an interactive online trainer led session where you will have the opportunity to chat to other attendees and ask questions throughout.

Accessibility and Disability – We are happy to give you any extra support that would help to make things easier for you in order to attend our event, please contact [email protected]

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