and tackle the range of operational crime threats to their business.
This now includes advice about how to prevent thefts via self-service checkouts.
sets out how retailers can help reduce and respond to violence and abuse against staff.
CCTV system or before installing a new system.
Advice from Action Fraud on Password Security (January 2015)
Fraudsters regularly hack into personal online accounts to obtain details which will allow them to defraud you.
To prevent fraudsters, itís very important to use strong passwords when setting up and
accessing online accounts and online banking.
Passwords should be memorable enough not to have to write them down and long enough to be unique and hard to guess,
which will ensure they are less vulnerable to being stolen.
If it is not possible to remember passwords a password manager could be used to store them securely.
Make sure passwords are memorable so that you donít have to write them down. Make sure they are unique.
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Use long, non-dictionary words and use different ones for each of your personal accounts and online banking.
Make sure you change them regularly.
Make sure passwords are not stored on devices that have shared access by other people, for example in internet cafes
and when using other public Wi-Fi.