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"Become your own cyber security Investigator" (7/10/20)

An Garda Síochána supports European Cyber Security Month

Week 4 - How to stay safe online - Stay informed and keep safe online with the Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau and European Cyber Security Month.


Week 3 - More people are working from home, spending time online with colleagues and friends. Scammers and fraudsters are doing the same.


Week 2 of the European Cyber Security Month focuses on cyber scams and there are plenty of those.

If it looks too good to be true it probably is. If you don’t know them, don’t connect. If you’re not sure, ask.

Think before you click

Week 1 of ECSM will focus on common cyber scams and crimes and how to avoid them

COVID-19 has led to an increase in e-commerce, which has triggered concerns about the security of data and online payments. The focus is on phishing, business email compromise and online shopping fraud.

An Garda Síochána encourages users to have a heightened awareness of cyber scams when conducting business and personal transactions online.

Further information is available at EUROPEAN UNION AGENCY FOR CYBERSECURITY

Become your own Cyber Security Investigator