Security and data protection

Protect your finances against fraudsters and thieves on the internet and beyond.

How to fight fraud

Learn to recognise the most common tricks fraudsters are using these days to steal your savings.

Remote access to your computer

Fake merchants


CEO fraud

Payment card phishing

‘Nigerian’ scams


Family fraud<br> 


Fraudulent Invoices<br> 

Straw Man


Security guidelines and recommendations<br> 

Safely Downloading Mobile Apps

Minimize the risk of misuse of the George Key application
following simple rules.

How to Use Your Payment Card Securely

Protect your credit card from misuse.

Using Payment Cards with PKI Certification Securely

Protect your certificate card (PKI) from misuse.

Ten Security Rules for Using the George Key App

Minimize the risk of misuse of the George Key application
following simple rules.


You will have certainly heard of phishing, skimming and scams, but do you know exactly what they mean? Here’s a look at the tricks used by fraudsters.

<b>Antivirus program </b>

George Key app

<b>Banking IDentity</b>

<b>CEO fraud</b>

<b>Family fraud</b>

<b>Free Trial</b>



<b>Operating system </b>

<b>Personal firewalls </b>





<b>Vishing<br> (or voice phishing)</b>

<b>Remote access </b>

What should you do if you become a victim of fraud?

First of all, don’t feel foolish. Fraudsters use clever and convincing tricks that even IT experts can fall for.
However, it is important to act quickly.

  • Call 800 207 207 (+420 956 777 956 if calling from abroad) immediately and tell us what information you have disclosed (internet banking security details, card details, etc.)
  • Request cancellation of the unauthorised transactions (unfortunately, this is not always possible)
  • Report the incident to the Czech Police
  • Change your internet banking security details
  • Forward suspicious emails to