Cyber Security Awareness Month 2023

Released: October 4, 2023 at 8:17 a.m.

In 2022, over $371M were lost to cyber-enabled fraud, according to reports to the CAFC. We estimate that this number is only a fraction of what the actual losses were which weren't reported.


It's time to step up your cyber fitness, how can you do this?

  • Warm and wake up your cyber security muscles by following @GetCyberSafe and @Canantifraud on social media
  • Give your accounts a workout by strengthening their defense
  • Get the whole team prepared by sharing materials with your friends, family and followers

Let's get this workout going

Here are the top 5 cyber-enabled frauds reported to the CAFC last year:

  1. CAFC/GetCyberSafe Bulletin
  2. investment
  3. spear Phishing
  4. extortion
  5. buying and Selling Online

Other cyber security resources

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