Do you know what your kids are up to?
Cybercrime is not without victims and is taken extremely seriously by law enforcement.
Teenagers can drift into cyber-crime without realising the seriousness of their actions. In a timely video message from the UK National Crime Agency (NCA), parents are warned about the crimes teenagers can get involved in, especially during COVID-19 confinement.
The NCA have put together a series of online resources aimed at students/parents/guardians/carers and teachers. Coding, programming and computing are great skills to learn, but only if used safely.
The Garda Síochána have similar resources available at the Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau (GNCCB) website.
The Garda site also includes advice on the most common forms of money laundering during this Coronavirus era such as ransomware, spoof bank websites, Investment scams and CEO fraud, among several others.
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