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Don’t let your business be the victim of internet fraud. 81% of large corporations and 60% of small businesses reported a cyber breach in 2014. The worst cyber-security breach is estimated at £600,000 to £1.15 million for large businesses and £65,000 to £115,000 for smaller ones.

Kent County Council has a support unit to help fight cyber attacks: Cyber Crime

The main message is to back up all your data on a regular basis and ensure your software is up to date.

Misunderstanding of the threat posed by cyber crime is leaving SMEs vulnerable to losing information, profit and customers. Find out about common misconceptions and the knock-on effects.

Cyber Aware provides the UK government's advice on how to stay secure online.

The government has issued advice for small businesses and what they need to know about cyber-security.

The government offers guidance about crime and fraud prevention for businesses engaged in international trade.

If you have been a victim of any fraud including cyber fraud please report it at ActionFraud.

The City of London Police website has some good information, links and support for fraud.

The government has provided guidance to help commercial organisations understand the sorts of procedures they can put in place to prevent bribery.