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EFA - Protecting your rights as an ecommerce business and expressing your needs to the relevant government departments and opinion formers


We have reported frequently on the dangers of cybercrime and need for more consumer education. The government’s Cybersecurity Hub ( together with GCIS plans a public awareness programme using community radio, social media and print.

The banks’ SABRIC, is also working on a public awareness programme with the National Consumer Commission. EFA has offered its help on the basis that cybercrime erodes consumer trust. As an example, recently Superbalist  alerted its customers that a new phishing scam is doing the rounds via SMS and email. Superbalist has claimed that only a few of its customers have been targeted by the scam.

ITWeb carried a story recently which  gave an idea of the economics of the spammer. According to research by the digital security company Dark Shadows, cyber criminals are willing to pay more than a million dollars a year to skilled information security professionals who are willing to go to the dark side. Skills including network management, penetration testing and programming skills are particularly in demand.


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