Cybercriminals have turned their efforts to a highly profitable attack vector: Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. This new type of phishing attack consists of a cybercrook impersonates a senior manager, and tries to convince an employee, customer, or vendor to transfer funds or sensitive information to the phisher. A BEC attack starts by compromising the legitimate business e-mail of a C-level manager, often the CEO.

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✓ The nature of the BEC attack beast

✓ How to prevent BEC attacks

✓ Policies organizations can deploy to prevent BEC attacks

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