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So much of our life and work has moved online and now it鈥檚 more important than ever to ensure that the people we care about are aware of how to protect against online fraud and scams. Here are a few tips:

  1. Assist less tech-savvy relatives:
  2. Guide new social media users:
  3. Help out a small business:
    • If you know someone who has a small business, encourage them to download a copy of the CBA鈥檚 Cyber Security Toolkit for Small Businesses. The Toolkit can help small business owners and managers understand cyber security threats and how to protect their business and employees from cyber crime.

Free cyber security resources and training

The CBA and its member banks offer free fraud prevention resources to keep you, and your friends and family cyber safe:

  • The CBA has information about various types of fraud and tips on how consumers can protect themselves at: cba.ca/fraud. You can determine where to start by reviewing the CBA鈥檚 cyber security and fraud prevention learning guide.
  • Canadians can sign up to receive Fraud Prevention Tips by e-mail at cba.ca/fraudpreventiontips.
  • Fraud prevention resources and tutorials are available at cba.ca/financialwellness and at the following links:

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    • Laurentian Bank鈥檚
    • National Bank鈥檚 page
    • RBC鈥檚 advice on protecting yourself from
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  • Through the CBA鈥檚 Your Money Students program, volunteer bankers provide money management seminars to local high school student and discuss how to keep their money safe and avoid scams. More information about Your Money Students can be found at cba.ca/students.
  • The CBA offers a free fraud prevention seminar for seniors as part of its Your Money Seniors financial literacy seminar program. More information about Your Money Seniors can be found at cba.ca/seniors.
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