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Cyber security and crime prevention


We offer a 360° in-house service, from bespoke design, installation, maintenance and monitoring. We provide the latest technology in security and fire systems for your home and business we offer global coverage.

Rural and Urban areas across the globe are seeking to promote the idea that they can harness new 'big data' and 'Internet of Things' technologies to improve the management of a range of problems. The analysis focused on how public safety issues are envisioned by the designers of 'smarter' urban environments. Put another way, what are the implications for crime and policing as the internet of things is threaded into the rural and urban fabric?

Digitalisation is affecting every aspect of banking, and in a digital world. Stability and reliability of the bank’s IT platform is crucial. Interruptions or any kind of breaches into the systems can cause major problems, both for customers, suppliers and employees. 

Our system works in a structured way to protect the bank from money laundering attempts, cyber-attacks, sabotage, intrusion attempts, crime and  financing of terrorism. We work at various levels with the aim to increase the bank’s resilience against cyber threats. Our ambition is to be in tune with existing threats and in line with regulatory requirements. We have moved from being reactive and monitoring our internal IT environments and preventing attacks, into proactively building knowledge about potential threats, existing in other markets and taking a holistic perspective on security issues.

 We focus on three key areas:

  • Fraud prevention, -detection and -response

  • Cyber attack prevention

  • Data breach prevention

  • Actions to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorism

  • Compliance with government sanctions against criminal suspects

Cyber crime and ID theft

Cyber crime can be described as criminal activity that involves the Internet, a computer system, or computer technology. Examples include computer viruses, phishing, vishing and identity theft. Financial institutions and data rich establiment are a prime target, even though a shift has been seen toward online merchants, as security efforts within the financial sector have had a deterrent effect on cyber criminals’ ambitions.

Training of employees

Awareness among employees is key in our efforts to prevent crime. We offers various trainings for employees, including an education package with e-learning, films and working material. Four digital training sessions are mandatory for all employees – the Code of Conduct (including work against corruption), Anti-money laundering, Prevention of fraud and Cyber security. All new employees must complete these sessions within the first three months of employment. Existing employees are required to complete them every three years.