Business Email Compromise Tip Sheet

Service: Security as a Service

Type: Tip Sheet

Businesses need to be on the lookout for impersonated business emails. Cybercriminals can pretend to be a trusted party, such as a company executive, and request funds or documents with personally identifiable information.

Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks are tougher to detect since it relies more on manipulating people and less on hacking into machines. Fortunately, our tipsheet can provide guidance for defending against BEC attacks. It suggests a holistic approach with a combination of tough security measures and ongoing staff education.

View the tipsheet now.