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| 3 min read
| Jul 30, 2019
| by Jon Hencinski

Here’s what you need to know about business email compromise (BEC)


Business email compromise (BEC) is a sophisticated, email-based scam targeting organizations of all shapes and sizes. A fraudulent email might seem like it’d be easy to spot, but attackers are using craftier-than-ever tactics designed to fool even the savviest recipient.

But if you know the hallmark signs of a BEC attempt and how to detect ‘em with your tech stack, those two things will go a long way to protect your org.

Our infographic’s got everything you need to know about BEC, along with 8 detections you should alert on to help stop these scammers in their tracks. Download it now to share with your security team.


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