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The Devastating Impact of Business Email Compromise

Nearly 20,000 attacks. An average loss of $120,000 per attack. Billions of dollars sent to cybercriminals each year. Business email compromise (BEC) is no joke, and it continues to increase—despite increased awareness of the issue.

Why? Because the people behind these scams know how to trick humans, relying on urgency and fear to steal money and valuable information. And your hybrid workforce is making it easier than ever.

In this on-demand webinar, Vikram Dias, Deloitte's Manager of Cyber and Strategic Risk, Data Protection, Information Governance, Secrets Management, and Mike Britton, CISO at Abnormal Security, discuss the future of business email compromise.

Watch the webinar to learn:

  • The various forms of BEC and which are most prevalent

  • Why BEC attacks continue to grow year over year

  • How BEC attacks bypass existing security controls and trick humans

  • What you can do to protect your organization from this evolving threat


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