Following the NHS cyber attack please see the advice for protecting yourself and your business.
Officers from the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit have issued guidance to anyone who may have attended the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show held in Birmingham this week.
Six men were sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on 15th April 2016 in relation to a country-wide fraud in which mainly elderly victims were swindled out of thousands of pounds.
The North East ACE (Asset Confiscation Enforcement) Team achieve three more significant disruptions against criminals in the Yorkshire and Humber region trying to hide their assets from authorities.
55-year-olds, Paul Aspden of Lytham St Annes and his twin brother Peter Aspden of Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, appeared at Leeds Crown Court on 8th December 2015 where a Proceeds of Crime Confiscation Order was made against them.
Three defendants pleaded guilty to a number of fraud and Money Laundering charges in a joint operation between the North East Regional Asset Recovery Team and the RSPCA
Four people, including a senior NHS manager, will be sentenced next year after being found guilty of plotting to defraud the NHS of more than £3million at Leeds Crown Court on Friday 27 November 2015.
September 17th 2015 saw the launch of the Yorkshire and Humber regional CiSP node. The CiSP, part of CERT-UK, is a joint industry government initiative to share cyber threat and vulnerability information.
Asset Confiscation Team achieve significant result against benefit fraudsters.
Confiscation Order enforced following the stop of a vehicle containing counterfeit goods and illicit Tobacco in Humberside.
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