IT - Email

Preventing top executives from becoming BEC victims requires a different approach. Putting the risk in business terms is key

"The damage from executive email account takeovers can run into millions of dollars, as recent examples show.

In 2019, Toyota Boshoku Corporation lost $37 million after the information in a payment direction from a third-party was changed, sending millions to the fraudsters. The recent SolarWinds attack was bad enough, and now Nobelium, the group responsible, has since launched a campaign of email attacks appearing to originate from USAID after its Constant Contact email account was compromised..."

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