The Business Email Compromise (BEC) Handbook
A Six-Step Plan for Stopping Payment Redirection, Supplier Invoicing Fraud and Gift Card Scams
Sometimes, that email from your boss isn't really an email from your boss. Business email compromise (BEC) has become the costliest form of cyber crime, tricking victims out of more than $1.8 billion in 2020 alone. These highly targeted cybersecurity threats are easy to fall for and invisible to traditional security tools. Learn how to manage them with our comprehensive guide and six-step plan.
- Techniques that make BEC attacks hard to detect
- The three main types of BEC attacks—and why your users need to know the difference
- Practical steps to protect your organization