While security tools have become more adept at detecting payloads in emails, attacks that lack known indicators and rely instead on impersonation/social engineering tactics are successfully bypassing these traditional controls and reaching inboxes. If an organization’s email security controls are not effective against email impersonation and social engineering, they are at high risk of experiencing a successful BEC attack.
BEC threats are not overly sophisticated and, in fact, they’re rather basic in nature. However, it’s that simple style and impersonation that make them so much more difficult to detect. Download this whitepaper to learn the common reasons you’re seeing BEC threats and what you can do to stop them.