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Wholesale Banking

Banking safely

Fraudsters are getting increasingly resourceful in their methods to swindle you. Learn how to recognise them and what you can do to protect yourself and your business. 

Payroll scam: Fraudsters are targeting your employee’s paycheck

In some recent cases, several companies’ Human Resource departments received an email from one of their employees asking to help change their account information. These emails turned out to be sent by fraudsters.

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All about corporate fraud

Romance scams are also a risk for companies

In romance scams, fraudsters deceive their victims by gaining their trust to steal their money. These scams cannot only harm people but also endanger a company‘s data or money.

Can you recognise phishing?

You’ve heard a lot about phishing but never actually encountered it - or maybe you’ve already received a phishing message and would like to know how to protect yourself. This is an easy guide for you to recognise malicious messages and take actions.

Don’t be held hostage through ransomware

Ransomware is a type of software designed to encrypt or block access to your personal data until a ransom is paid. It can strike any organisation – big or small - so make sure you reduce the risk and prepare by creating an action plan in case it happens.

Deepfake: beware and know the risks

Deepfake is a new form of media manipulation. By using deepfake fraudsters can make (influential) people say or do things they have not really said or done. And it is already used for financial fraud.

Report (suspected) fraud

When you suspect or detect fraud (even when in doubt), notify your ING representative as quickly as possible. This increases the chance we can reduce impact.

Learn more about fraud

Learn more about fraud and reducing fraud risk by exploring all our fraud insights.

How to reduce invoice fraud risk

Invoice fraud comes in many varieties. In all cases, the fraudsters will request you to change the beneficiary account to their own or send you a fake invoice, and, as a result, redirect the invoiced funds.

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All about online security

Strong Customer Authentication (PSD2)

InsideBusiness complies with the requirements for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). Read more about these European guidelines and how we meet those.

Tips on safe internet banking

By acquiring access to your security details, a third party can view your account information and use it for illegal purposes. Be aware that protecting your security details is your responsibility. What can you do to protect your security details?

Create a secure work environment

To create and keep a secure work environment there are plenty things you can do. Learn what to think about when you want to keep a secure work environment.

ING's security measures

Alignment with the international security community ensures that information on vulnerabilities is shared and acted upon immediately. This allows us to comply with the latest software standards and updates to our technologies which ensures our systems are protected.

Check website security of ingwb.com

When you are visiting ingwb.com there are a few ways you can tell whether the connection is secure.

Check your browser for the best and most secure experience

ING Wholesale Banking’s online presence keeps improving. The type of browser you use can improve your experience even more.