Email scams, or business email compromise (BEC), often start with an email in which attackers pose as someone the victim trusts. The message makes a seemingly legitimate business request that usually involves wire transfer or financial payment. These BEC scams prey on human nature.
Among these attacks, supplier invoicing fraud often accounts for the biggest losses due to B2B payments. So how can you better protect your company?
Join us for this demo to learn more about:
- How BEC works
- Real-life examples of BEC attempts
- How Proofpoint addresses common BEC use cases and supplier fraud
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