When Abnormal Security was founded, our engineering and data science teams were focused on solving the toughest – and most expensive – email security problem for enterprises: business email compromise (BEC). Fast-forward
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.
Earlier this year, we released our first Quarterly Business Email Compromise (BEC) Report for Q1 2020. Since then, we’ve continued to monitor trends in how attackers use email to target enterprises and
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
In this attack, malicious actors insert themselves into an email conversation to deliver malware in an attempt to harvest credentials from employees.
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
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