Here is a list of references and resources that represent the next level of fraud prevention education. We encourage you to explore what they have to offer as part of your continued education and awareness effort.

Name Website Description
Fraud Frenzy A companion website for This website publishes real fraud crime articles that show how fraud functions in our society and its’ consequences.

Fraud Frenzy aims to increase global fraud awareness by exploring fraud topics in uncomplicated ways using accessible and easy-to-understand language.

Action Fraud Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime where you should report fraud if you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber crime. It contains a categorized list of fraud as well as fraud news, alerts, and resources.
Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists Through membership, live and online training, and the Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) credential, the ACFCS’ goal is to deliver resources that enable better performance in financial crime compliance, investigations, regulation and enforcement.
Cyber Scout CyberScout has been a leading the charge against hackers and thieves for 15 years. They provide solutions that deliver valuable prevention education, proactive protection services and swift and appropriate incident remediation for more than 17.5 million households and more than 770,000 businesses.
European Anti Fraud Office Drawing on its accumulated knowledge and experience, OLAF helps the authorities responsible for managing EU funds – inside and outside the EU – to understand fraud types, trends, threats and risks, and to protect the EU’s financial interests by preventing fraud of all kinds.
Fraud Fighters Fraud Fighters are a team of private insurance fraud investors. They offer investigations into fraudulent insurance claims, surveillance services, and background checks.
Fraud Magazine Devoted to timely, insightful articles on white-collar crime and fraud examination techniques, Fraud Magazine® is a bimonthly publication that gives readers practical “down-in-the-trenches” information they can apply immediately.
Fraud Watch Network—AARP The AARP Fraud Watch Network is a resource for the seniors and aged to protect themselves and their families against frauds and scams. They provide a free helpline in fraud counseling and provide services such as scam alerts and reporting. They also provide tips on credit freezing, password management and bank account monitoring. Their Perfect Scam podcast shares secrets from a former cybercriminal as a way to increase fraud awareness.
Identity Theft Resource Center The ITRC is a non-profit organization established to support victims of identity theft in resolving their cases, and to broaden public education and awareness in the understanding of identity theft, data breaches, cyber security, scams/fraud and privacy issues. The ITRC conducts training and presentations on best practices and risk reduction for both businesses and consumers.
Report Scams and Fraud to USA Gov This is a resource about common fraud types and scam information. It provides resources for how to report different fraud types to respective government agencies responsible for handling each fraud type.
Whistleblower Security Based in Vancouver, Canada, WhistleBlower Security is a private third party committed to promoting a culture of integrity, collaboration and transparency by facilitating the whistleblowing process in the workplace. It offers a 24/7/365 ethics hotline and case management services to public and private companies and nonprofits. Its aim is to to eliminate unethical behaviour and practices in the workplace so everyone can feel at ease as they do their work.
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners The ACFE is the world’s largest professional anti-fraud organization and provider of anti-fraud training and education for profit. With nearly 85,000 members, the ACFE is a powerful global network providing a forensic business and corporate fraud prevention perspective.