Tailored Working Groups for Focused Collaboration
GASA’s working groups are specialized forums designed to address specific areas within the anti-scam landscape. These groups facilitate targeted discussions, allowing members to delve into niche topics, share expertise, and collaborate on strategies and solutions. The current working groups are:
Consumer@GASA.org: Share consumer protection and education strategies.
Data@GASA.org: Discuss automated fraud recognition, data sharing & technological insights.
Police@GASA.org: Exchange insights on scam modus operandi & best practices (law enforcement only).
Policy@GASA.org: Converse on policy and regulatory frameworks to combat scams.
Research@GASA.org: Explore the latest scientific findings & studies.
Scam@GASA.org: Discuss scam detection, analysis, and mitigation.
Finance@GASA.org: Focus on AML, fraud & money mule detection & prevention.
Telecom-isp@GASA.org: Address smishing, scam, spam & abuse prevention.
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Introducing Gaggle Mail: Our Communication Backbone
To streamline communication within these groups, we have adopted Gaggle Mail as our primary tool for email distribution lists. This system allows members to send emails to specific group addresses, ensuring that the message reaches all members of the chosen group efficiently and securely.
Premium Membership: Exclusive Access and Collaboration
GASA’s Premium Members play a pivotal role in our alliance, bringing invaluable insights and resources.
Premium Membership is open to:
Law Enforcement: Vetted individuals, excluding those using generic email addresses.
Government Officials: Including consumer and financial authorities.
Banks and Payment Service Providers: Key players in the financial sector.
Policy: Shape policies and regulatory frameworks to combat scams.
Research: Share and explore the latest scientific findings and studies.
Telecom Operators: Critical in the digital aspect of anti-scam efforts.
Consumer Protection and Non-Profit Organizations: Limited to one non-commercial member each, not actively solicited.
We believe that by bringing together diverse perspectives and expertise, we can make significant strides in combating scams globally.
Join a group that resonates with your expertise or interest and be a part of this vital conversation. Together, we can make a difference.
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At GASA, our focus is on uniting anti-fraud professionals to combat scams at a global level, and as such, our membership is strictly limited to experts in the field, rather than a resource for individual scam victims.