How to Detect and Stop Email Fraud in Your Supply Chain


How to Detect and Stop Email Fraud in Your Supply Chain

Most companies depend on a variety of external vendors and partners to support their business activities. These interdependent relationships form a complex third-party ecosystem called the supply chain.  Because of its complexity, the supply chain is an attractive target for cybercriminals.

According to our threat research, nearly 90% of organizations have experienced business email compromise (BEC) and email account compromise (EAC) attacks last year. And the scams that target organizations’ supply chains often cause the most loss. Supply chain fraud attacks leverage both impersonation and account compromise. And most organizations don’t have visibility into their supply chain risk. So how can you better protect your company?

Watch this webinar to learn more about:

  • Real-world supply chain fraud examples                     
  • Grading risk in your suppliers
  • How to detect threats, including payroll diversion and supplier invoicing fraud
  • How to stop these multi-million-dollar email fraud attacks