The fraction of companies receiving BEC (Business Email Compromise) attacks each week increased steadily throughout August, from slightly less than 70% at the beginning of the month to over 99% by August
This is our second installment of a monthly series to surface trends in email attacks. Our installment this month discusses trends we observed in July.
Abnormal Security has detected an increase in BEC attacks that successfully compromise email accounts despite multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Conditional Access. While MFA and modern authentication protocols are an important advancement in
Abnormal has detected campaigns targeting our customers where malicious actors will impersonate major brands and reach out to accounting teams to ask if there are any outstanding invoices for the company they
While Verizon’s annual Data Breach Incident Report (DBIR) has always offered recommendations on defense and controls through its findings, this year the report shares formal, standardized security control recommendations to readers. In
This is our first installment of a monthly series we’re launching to surface trends in email attacks. Our installment this month discusses trends we observed in May.
Business email compromise (BEC) is a billion-dollar business for threat actors. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), BEC scams have led to $26 billion in losses in the last
Every day, we track and prevent email security threats for our users, which gives us enormous insight into where and how attackers attempt to infiltrate a business through email.
Cyber threats are constantly evolving. Cybersecurity teams are most effective when they deploy defenses that protect against the threats that pose the greatest risk at any given time. Socially-engineered attacks — one
Last week, we were proud to announce that Abnormal Security was named a Gartner Cool Vendor in Cloud Office Security. This is an important recognition for the company as well as a
To track the history of email security, there’s no better gauge than the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)’s annual Internet Crime Report. Prior to 2015, phishing and spoofing were included among
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