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Introducing FraudWatch International New Product: Security Awareness

FraudWatch International is set to launch a new product, Security Awareness, to assist our clients in training their employees to be more aware of cyber-threats.

date:  August 24, 2017

DMARC Protection with FraudWatch International

Last week, our blog article, DMARC: Protecting Your Domains explained what DMARC is, and how it can be used to protect your business from domain abuse. FraudWatch International is set to launch a new product to our clients, DMARC Protection, to assist our clients in setting up DMARC records and monitoring the reports that are returned if email messages...

date:  July 19, 2017

Closing 2016 message from Trent Youl, FraudWatch International’s CEO

Another year comes to an end, how quick this year has gone!

date:  December 28, 2016

Presenting Site Takedown, Your Low Cost Business Protection

FraudWatch International has recently launched a low cost business protection model called Site Takedown, which protects Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) against online abuse.

date:  June 15, 2016

A message from Trent Youl, our CEO

Dear Loyal FraudWatch Followers,

date:  December 30, 2015

e-Crime Australia 2015 – For the First Time in Melbourne!

For the first time in 11 years, the e-Crime Series will take place Down-Under, the opportunity to focus on Australia’s challenges and cyber-security issues!

date:  August 26, 2015

How FraudWatch International Can Support Your Company Against Phishing Attacks

When we think of the millions of dollars lost to phishing scams on a yearly basis, it’s amazing to reflect that phishing hasn’t been around for that long. Even though the first phishing scam hit around 1995, it wasn’t really a mainstream issue for around another 10 years. For the decade that followed, phishing scams have become very successful.

date:  June 10, 2015

A Look Back on 2014

A Summary of Phishing, Malware, Mobile and Social Media Cybercrime in 2014

date:  February 24, 2015
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