Business Email Compromise Guide
In the second half of 2017, Business Email Compromise attacks continued to accelerate with 96% of organizations experiencing attacks.
Because BEC attacks have no payload (such as a malicious attachment or URL) to detect and block, they are able to slip past most conventional security technology used to protect organizations.
This guide takes a look at 1 billion real-world emails that were considered safe by conventional security technologies – Secure Email Gateways (SEG), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), and Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) – and establishes which security technologies incorrectly classify emails as safe, and the nature of these malicious emails.
Read this guide to get information on…
- BEC attacks by imposter type, SEG, company size and industry
- Which malicious emails bypass traditional email security protocols
- Recent effective BEC attacks that resulted in up to $100M in losses
- How to stop BEC attacks at your organization