The Channel Islands has escaped the cyber-attack over the weekend, according to a leading digital defense consultant.
On Friday evening systems worldwide were hacked as part of an attack which seriously affected the NHS in the UK.
But Matt Ferbrache of C5 Alliance says 'despite the Channel Islands large digital footprint there's no evidence of ransomware hacks on the islands'.
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Islanders are being warned how easy it can be for their personal data to be accessed.
Jersey Police and Jersey Fraud Forum are sharing a video showing people liking a Facebook page for a free coffee.
But, the coffee they receive comes in a cup covered in personal information about themselves.
Check it out below.
You can find out more information about identity fraud here.
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