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New guidance for charities on protection from online fraud

The Charity Commission and Get Safe Online have launched new guidance on how charities can protect themselves from online fraud and how the public can give safely online.

The project is part of a wider voluntary sector working group which has been set up by the National Fraud Agency.

Michelle Russell, head of investigations and enforcement, said: “Online fraud is a common threat to charities and donors and it needs a collaborative response from the sector as well as expert agencies. We have worked closely with Get Safe Online to produce this guidance and will continue to work in partnership with other bodies to tackle this issue effectively.”

The guidance can be found on the Get Safe Online website.

This article was taken from Civil Society – http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/it/news/content/15247/