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Scamming In A Post Pandemic World

Season 1, Ep. 16

The pandemic brought about a lot of changes.

One of the biggest ones being remote work.

However, while we've embraced the convenience of the online world for our day to day lives, so have cyber criminals.

Since 2020, there has been a rise in cyber scams, and part of it to blame may be our approach to the online world.

This week, Canada's Ethical Hacker, Terry Cutler, joins Jacqueline Swan to discuss how online scams have evolved, why billions are being lost every year, and how you can protect yourself from the being next victim.

Learn more about Terry's Fraudster app here:

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