Identity theft happens when fraudsters have enough personal information about a person (eg - name, date of birth, address, etc) to impersonate them.
It is on the rise, with statistics showing a 57% increase last year and 148,000 victims in the UK alone in 2015. In fact, identity fraud accounts for 41% of all fraud.
Understanding the different types of identity crime as well as the different ways it can happen should lessen the risk of it happening to you.
Our interactive training presentation is designed to help your staff understand exactly what constitutes identity fraud and the measures they can take to ensure that they do not become a victim of it.
"We have had very positive feedback from users that they found the modules very interesting, informative and educational, yet not in a boring way! The format, look and feel were also complimented and commented on. So all in all, we are very pleased indeed!" Alison Moitysee