CISO Guide to Vendor Email Compromise

Learn how and why attackers leverage compromised accounts from vendors to launch attacks impersonating your supply chain.
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.

According to Verizon’s 2024 Data Breach Investigation Report, 15% of breaches were influenced by supply chain interconnection—a 68% year-over-year growth. 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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