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Cyber fraud is the common and most threatening form of fraud which takes place internationally. The cyber world is expanding and the cyber fraud crimes are increasing in severity.

In 2013 Target Corporation the second largest department store retailer in the United States were victims of a cyber fraud scam which compromised 40 million customers’ credit card numbers.

In 2014 Home Depot, a large U.S. retailer company had 56 million of their customers’ credit card numbers hacked by fraudsters by cyber crime.

In 2015 cyber fraudsters from China hacked into U.S. office of personal management and had stolen more than 20 million people’s personal information including their fingerprints.

Cyber fraud can be considered as any fraudulent crime which is conducted via computer. The crimes are extensive. Fraudsters can use the cyber world to gain access to the victims' personal identity, their online accounts and their bank accounts. They can then use the money and information from this to fund terrorism.

The extensive and popular use of internet banking and mobile banking means there are more opportunities than ever for criminals to commit cyber fraud. It is a very serious crime - one that needs to be cracked down on.

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How One Can Protect Himself from Cyber Fraud?

Cyber-crime and fraudsters normally try to hack into the victims' personal and financial information online by phishing the emails and viruses. If you receive an email with an attached link which either asks you to present your bank information or to confirm your bank account information, you should not do it. The key to avoiding cyber-crime is to understand what your bank and related bodies would ask of you, and they would never email or call you asking for your bank information. Even if the email or the phone call sounds legitimate and honest, you should call the bank yourself and ask them if this email originated from them or not.

First you should destroy all traces of your personal and financial information. If a bank has posted you information with your bank details on, ensure that you shared this information, as a fraudster could find this information in the bin and utilise it online to process a payment online. Furthermore, you should protect your computer with anti-virus software to combat any contact made between the fraudster and your computer.

Top 5 Cyber Crimes:

Phishing Scams

Identity Theft Scams

Online Harassment

Cyber Stalking

Invasion of Privacy

Phishing Scams

Phishing is a special type of socially structured invasion regularly used to take people’s user details, including login credentials, bank account numbers, and debit-credit card details etc. It happens when the invader taking on the appearance of a reliable body, misled a person into opening an email, instant message, or text message.

Identity Theft Scams

When someone steals the identity (personal information and credentials) of a victim and utilizes the same as their own without informing the person, then identity theft happens. There are various kinds of identity theft that has happened all over the world.

Identity Theft can happen when people try things like unsecured form of web browsing, visiting dark web marketplaces, share online credentials with some people and many more.

Online Harassment

Online Harassment happens when someone harasses, bully, threat, embarrass someone over the internet. It is also known as ‘Internet Harassment’ and ‘Cyber Bullying.’

Cyber Stalking

When someone utilizes the internet to harass, stalk or bully other people or associations, it is then called Cyber Stalking. There are many things (keeping an eye, threatening, embarrassing, sending and asking for obscene contents and many more) that can be included in the Cyber Stalking instances.

Invasion of Privacy

When someone is trying to invade into an individual’s personal, social or professional life without any prior consent, it can be termed as the “Invasion of Privacy.” There are four main types of instances of the “Invasion of Privacy” that we can mention here.

1. Inappropriate usage of name or other correspondence

2. Interruption of Solitude

3. Disproportionate Highlighting

4. Revelation of Private Facts in the Public




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