WEBINAR: The State of Email Security
Email attacks were connected to 46% of breaches in 2021.
The pandemic has forced us all to embrace a new normal. While working remotely undoubtedly has its benefits in terms of safety, morale and decreased employee turnover, it has also brought on significant new challenges for businesses — one of the most serious being email security.
Email communications now more than ever are not secure. Attackers can spoof domains, distribute malware and spam via email channels and they can use social engineering to trick users to make payments or log into fake accounts.
Join our 30-minute webinar to learn:
- The current messaging threat landscape
- How business email compromise happens
- Mitigating email-based threats
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Would Your Employees Fall Victim to Business Email Compromise?
Protecting Your Business From BEC
Business Email Compromise (BEC) happens when the scammer poses as a trusted individual with a legitimate business request. BEC attacks are highly targeted, sent in low volumes and aimed at specific people.
The scams are hard to identify and may seem part of any day-to-day request to the target.
You and your employees are the first line of defense against Business Email Compromise. A strong security program paired with employee education about the warning signs, safe practices and responses to a suspected takeover are essential to protecting your company and customers.
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