Business email compromise (BEC)
BEC attacks are some of the most financially damaging phishing attacks. They rely on sophisticated social engineering – so make sure you know the signs and how to protect your organization.
BEC in 60sec - Business email compromise
Business email compromise, or 'BEC', presents a growing problem for organisations of all sizes. In fact, over 6,000 businesses are targeted each month.
Business email compromise (BEC) explained
Learn how to recognise and prevent business email compromise (BEC).
Learn how to recognise and prevent business email compromise in this expert guide from Egress.
Learn what makes business email compromise such a lucrative form of phishing for cybercriminals.
Don't let a phishing attack turn into business email compromise. Follow our guide on the actions to take if you ever find yourself the victim of phishing.
Tips to spot and prevent BEC
Three examples of business email compromise attacks
We've picked out three real-life examples that prove just how dangerous BEC can be.
Three things to do after a business email compromise attack
Don't let business email compromise bring your business down. Here are three key actions to take straight away if it strikes.
How to prevent business email compromise (BEC)
Business email compromise (BEC) has proven to be extremely costly to companies, with 96% of phishing attempts delivered by email.