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Webinar: fraud and cybercrime

During a 30 minute update, we looked at the types of scams that fraudsters and cybercriminals are currently running and how people are far too easily duped.
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Published 4 May
31 mins

 

Gavin Quiggin, Head of Operational Resilience and Technology Risk, and Marien Schutte, Financial Crime Governance Risk Manager, joined for the latest in our series of fraud and cybersecurity webinars. During the 30 minute presentation, we looked at the types of scams that fraudsters and cybercriminals are currently running. We also summarised what you should be aware of, what you can do to protect yourself, and provide tips and resources to keep you up to date.

 

Please scroll to the bottom of the page for more information and previous webinars.

about the prresenters

Gavin Quiggin

Gavin Quiggin

Gavin joined Nedbank Private Wealth as the Head of Operational Resilience and Technology Risk in March 2020.

 

He has seven years’ experience working in cybersecurity, fraud and data protection roles. He is a qualified ISO 27001 lead auditor, as well as GDPR practitioner and business continuity professional.

Marien Schutte

Marien Schutte

Marien joined Nedbank Private Wealth to head up the financial crime team in January 2021.

 

Marien has 10 years’ experience working with all types of financial crime ranging from investigations as a forensic accountant to working with and for financial institutions to help prevent and detect financial crime in different organisations.

Access more of our insights

Attack of the clones and other investment stories

4 Mar

   |   2 mins

Criminals have been quick to exploit the current pandemic and economic situation with ever more sophisticated scams. These include a significant number of frauds targeting investment clients.

Our top 10 cyber security tips

19 Nov

   |   30 mins

The coronavirus pandemic has led to even higher levels of hacks and scams. Gavin Quiggin and Siobhan Fuller talked through 10 areas of cyber security to help you remain securer online, as well as flag some of the measures Nedbank Private Wealth has in place to protect clients' assets.

An introduction into social media awareness

2 Oct

   |   12½ mins

The Isle of Man Government held their Virtual CYBERISLE 2020 and invited Gavin Quiggin, our head of operational resilience and technology risk, to present on Social Media Awareness providing some best practice tips.

Coronavirus: be aware of scammers

23 Mar

   |   1 min

Cybercriminals often try to capitalise on the latest news. It helps them trick unsuspecting users into engaging with them.

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Have you received an email or SMS claiming to be from Nedbank Private Wealth, inviting you to open an account?

 

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