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Online Security

30 November 2016

Scams are designed to trick you into providing identity, money or financial information.

You can protect yourself and reduce your risk of being exposed by ensuring you:

  • Do NOT provide your user name and password to others, keep them secure
  • Keep your antivirus software and definitions up-to-date and run regular checks (scans) of your computer
  • Stay up-to-date on new email hoaxes and phishing attacks
  • Be aware of any suspicious correspondence claiming to be from the Clean Energy Regulator, particularly if it relates to extracting user names and passwords, or changes to our published bank account details
  • Regularly monitor the SCAMwatch  and Money Smart websites for current scams and warnings.

For further information on cyber security visit the Stay Smart Online website.

You can also refer to the Australian Communications and Media Authority to learn more about cyber security relating to Spam.

If you have experienced a cyber-incident or suspicious activity relating to a Clean Energy Regulator administered scheme, please contact us on 1300 553 542 or via email at fraud@cleanenergyregulator.gov.au

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