FBI Reports Business Email Compromise (BEC) Scams Result in $5 Billion+ Losses Worldwide; How to Immediately Cut Your Risk
Last week, the FBI issued a new report that business email compromise (BEC) losses have reached more than $5 billion worldwide, which is a significant jump from the FBI’s April and June 2016 reports which called out $
Every day more than 1,500 Proofpoint employees worldwide work to keep organizations protected from the latest cyber threats—and that mission also extends into philanthropic efforts as our global offices work to better our communities.
At a recent financial services event, leading cyber security experts explored how employees using social media can enable a cyber-attack at your firm.
Every day, cyber criminals send malicious emails targeting your organization in an attempt to steal data, funds, and other confidential information.
Every day, cybercriminals try to steal data, funds, and confidential information from your company via malicious emails. Ransomware, business email compromise (BEC) and sandbox evasion threats have grown rampant.
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New Proofpoint Research Reveals a 45% Surge in Business Email Compromise Attacks—and Increased Domain Spoofing
Business email compromise (BEC), or impostor email is one of the biggest cyber threats facing organizations today. And to stay at the forefront of today’s threat landscape, Proofpoint recently conducted extensive research into attack attempts across more than 5,000 enterprise customers between Ju
Proofpoint recently joined a group of security leaders at the World Cybersecurity Congress in London, UK. The main topic of conversation? Regulation.
Declines in exploit kit (EK) activity over the course of 2016 have been well-documented, dropping overall by roughly 94% since a January 2016 high (Figure 1).
The cybercrime landscape evolved significantly in 2016.