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CISO Guide to Business Email Compromise (BEC)

Business email compromise costs organizations $2.4 billion per year.

These scams are the largest cybersecurity threat, accounting for nearly 35% of all losses due to cybercrime. Discover how these attacks trick your employees into sending money and valuable information, and what you can do to stop them.

Download this white paper, created by Dr. Eric Cole at Secure Anchor, to:

  • Learn what BEC is and which types cybercriminals use to attack
  • Discover why BEC attacks slip through existing security infrastructure
  • Receive tips on what to consider when evaluating a new email security solution

Fill out the form to receive your copy of the CISO Guide to BEC today.

After reading this guide, you are eligible for .5 CPE credits through (ISC)².

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