The Rise of BEC: Are Your Users Getting Swindled?

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By now most of us have heard or seen the Netflix documentary ‘The Tinder Swindler.’ Romance scams are scary and looking from the outside, we often see the obvious signs.

Business Email Compromise (BEC) is one component of an intricate crime network, which has links to romance scams. This attack vector is particularly damaging, with FBI figures showing it caused more than $1.8bn worth of losses to businesses in 2020.

Therefore, organizations and individuals alike must be fully aware of this tactic, how to identify it and take action to prevent this threat. In this webinar, a panel of experts will explain the history of BEC, how it’s linked to romance scams and what you can do to protect your organization and end users.

Join this session to learn:

  • The history of BEC and how this tactic has evolved
  • How to identify these scams, including whether family members are caught up in this network
  • Steps that you can take to mitigate this threat, including tools, processes and end user training

Speakers

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Tonia Dudley

Strategic Security Advisor, Cofense

    Ronnie Tokazowski

    Principal Threat Advisor , Cofense

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