Protecting Your Enterprise from the Threat of Email Attacks

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The losses and potential losses reported as a result of business email compromise (BEC) and email account compromise (EAC) scams exceed $12bn globally, according to an alert published earlier this year by the FBI.

With 78,000 fraud incidents worldwide between October 2013 and May 2018, enterprise businesses need to implement a method to prevent this type of fraud, and digital signatures and email encryption are the best option.

Join us as we discuss the risks associated with BEC and EAC scams, what SMIME is and how to ensure your enterprise is protected.

Key takeaways:

  • An insight into the threats of BEC and EAC scams
  • How to protect your data and defend your organization from email attacks


Jacob Gilden

Director, Good Harbor Security Risk Management

    Ed  Moyle

    General Manager and Chief Content Officer, Prelude Institute

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