Charity Aid Foundation has published a guide on scam emails

Government statistics show that nearly half of all UK organisations suffered a cyber attack or breach in the past 12 months, And the most common forms of attack or breach were through fraudulent emails. 
Charity Aid Foundation compiled a useful guide helping charities to detect and avoid emails scam. Scam emails attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, bank details (and money) by fraudulent means - disguising an electronic communication to look as if it's been sent from a trusted person or organisation.
Here you can download the Charity Aid Foundation infographic to help you spot the tell-tale signs of a fraudulent email.
You can also report an attempted fraud to CAF using CAF's security centre. If you suspect your organisation’s bank accounts have been exposed to fraud or cyber attack, call CAF customer service team without delay on 03000 123 456 or email If you believe your organisation has become a victim of fraud of any kind, please report it to the Action Fraud helpline on 0300 123 2040.
You can find the full guide here
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