Keep it safe:
Protect your business against IT fraud

You can increase your IT security with a few simple steps. Find tips and help on these pages.

IT fraud is a growing threat to both small and large businesses. And this may have serious consequences for those affected.

As a bank, we not only have a responsibility for ensuring that your banking transactions with us are well protected. We also gladly accept a share of responsibility for helping your business best prepare against IT fraud.

On these pages, you can read more about IT fraud and security tools, and you can find advice on simple everyday routines and procedures that can make a big difference.

Tips for employees

Tips for managers

  • 1. Always be aware of the most common IT attacks

    1. Always be aware of the most common IT attacks

    • Invoice scams.
    • Fraudulent e-mails or text messages from the management and other key staff members of your business.
    • Viruses and malware.
  • 2. Stay updated on how to strengthen your business’s IT security

    2. Stay updated on how to strengthen your business’s IT security

    • Keep your IT security policy updated and make sure that all employees are familiar with it.
    • Maintain a high level of security for payments and transactions – even if it means spending additional time.
    • Reduce the number of employees who are authorised to handle transactions in your business.
    • If you have Business Online, check out the setup options.
  • 3. Remember that the right settings make a difference

    3. Remember that the right settings make a difference

    Make it clear to all employees that IT security takes priority and that everybody is responsible for fighting cybercrime.

Do not do anything online
that you would not do in real life

You should behave online much as you do in the real world. So keep your cards close to your chest and think twice about sharing your personal information.

 

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Have you been a victim of IT fraud?

If an unauthorised person has obtained your account or card details, call us immediately on tel. +45 70 12 34 56.

Have you received fraudulent e-mails or text messages?
You can report unauthorised use by forwarding the e-mail or sending a screen shot of the text message to this address: falskemails@danskebank.dk.

We can help you if you want to report IT fraud to the police. Contact us on +45 70 11 41 15.

Read more in this article: If you become a victim of IT fraud.


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