Despite fraudsters becoming more sophisticated in their attack measures, there is little doubt that business email compromise is still a growing attack vector that causes damage to an organization’s reputation and revenue. By exploiting the relationships people have established with their executives, coworkers, and partners, these attacks dupe both traditional email security tools and the humans they target.
Stopping BEC requires implementing a solution that can not only detect and interpret the thousands of signals available but also monitor them for key deviations from known good behavior.
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- Ways security teams & CISOs can help communicate this as a business risk
- Why the traditional approaches to stopping BEC are still falling short
- What to consider when evaluating a new email security solution