October has always been the European cybersecurity month for the past six years. The European Commission and the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) arranged the occasion to raise awareness of cybersecurity and to provide users the opportunities to protect themselves from cyber-criminals. The focus of the campaign is to give users some useful tips and tricks to prevent themselves from being a victim of cyber scams. These include phishing, smishing, and vishing. In case you haven’t heard of these scams, we have collected information about these types of scams below. Check it out!
Whether it’s an investment opportunity or a big event, you name it, our scammers will be there to catch your attention and ruin your noble plans.
Telegraph has identified the following top 10 scams to watch out for this 2014:
1. Rugby World Cup 2015
Selling fake Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets would most likely be the newest business of scammers which could start early this year. So please, if you are really serious about watching the games, buy your tickets only from the official Rugby World Cup 2015 website – rugbyworldcup.com and beware of agents offering cheaper/even same price ticket reservations where you can be a victim of fraud, guarantees and non-delivery.