Protecting Your Business From Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attacks

“The money is the same, whether you earn it or scam it.” Bobby Heenan

A BEC attack begins with a cybercriminal hacking and spoofing emails to impersonate your company’s supervisors, CEO, or vendors. Once in, they request a seemingly legitimate business payment

Also known as whaling or CEO Fraud, these attacks typically involve cybercriminals posing as senior executives or businesses via a personalised email and demanding urgent action from an unsuspecting recipient.