Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks don't use malware, making them invisible to most email security tools. It's no wonder that more than 22,000 organizations have fallen victim since 2015—losing an estimated $3.08 billion (USD) in the process.
BEC uses emails from fraudsters posing as an executive. They ask the victim to wire money or disclose sensitive information. Only later do the victims realize that the email didn’t come from the executive.
Fortunately, you can protect your organization from BEC attacks. Our BEC Survival Guide can help you:
- Understand how BEC works and why it succeeds
- Prepare for and prevent attacks
- Know what to look for in a complete solution that stops BEC and other targeted threats
Download your copy now. And start building your BEC defenses.