Email compromise is nothing new, but the pace and complexity of Business Email Compromise (BEC) has drastically increased in recent years. Criminal profiteers have capitalized on the remote and hybrid work settings many businesses have created and have realized that financial fraud can be applied on scale and be highly lucrative.
BPM’s Cybersecurity Assessment Partner David Trepp outlines how BEC attacks occur and provides important guidance for businesses on the steps required to protect themselves from this ever-increasing threat.
“With the cybersecurity threat landscape worsening, businesses need to balance convenience and user and client satisfaction when implementing stronger technical email defenses and heightening employee awareness through training,” states David Trepp in his recent article with Mission Critical.
Read the full article, “Remote work and the rise of email compromise,” on Mission Critical’s website.