Alongside Proofpoint, learn how to identify and stop impostor email threats (also known as business email compromise, or BEC). This infographic describes the four types of impostor emails, who they target, and the most-used topics for subject lines.
Because these threats do not use malicious attachments or URLs, impostor emails can evade solutions that look for only malicious content or behavior. That’s why they require a different approach. An effective solution must dynamically analyze the attributes of all email as it arrives and detects anomalies that point to an impostor.
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As you know, Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks don’t use malware, making them invisible to most email security tools.
BEC uses emails from fraudsters posing as an executive. They ask the victim to wire money or disclose sensitive information. Only later do the victims realize that the email didn’t come from the executive.
Fortunately, you can protect your organization from BEC attacks. The Proofpoint BEC Survival Guide can help you:
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