CISO Guide to Vendor Email Compromise
Vendor email compromise, also referred to as supply chain compromise, is a significant security threat to enterprise organizations. This form of attack occurs when a threat actor gains control of a vendor email account and then uses it to steal money from known contacts.
Nearly 70% of organizations received at least one of these attacks this year, with an average cost of $183,000. Now more than ever, it's important to understand your vendor risk and block the attacks sent from compromised accounts.
Download the CISO Guide to Vendor Email Compromise to learn:
What types of attacks are launched by compromised vendors
How these attacks are bypassing traditional email security
Which tools you can leverage to block VEC and protect your organization
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