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Understanding small business scam and cybercrime risks

Written on the 5 June 2015

Scams and cybercrime such as identity theft impose significant financial, legal and reputational costs on thousands of small businesses each year.

The ACCC, together with the Institute of Public Accountants, recently hosted a small business scams and cybercrime forum to help small business operators and stakeholders understand the scam and cybercrime risks small businesses face, and how they can best protect themselves.

A video of the forum is available to view on the ACCC YouTube channel.


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