Email Account Compromise (EAC) is often associated with business email compromise (BEC). This is because compromised email accounts are used in a growing number of BEC- style scams. Attackers use various tactics, such as password spray, phishing, or malware, to compromise an email account. And once they’re in, they can phish internally or launch another BEC attack. So how can you better protect your company and end users?
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- How EAC works
- Real-life examples of EAC attempts
- How Proofpoint detects and stops EAC attempts
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