The New Evolution of BEC Phishing
Business Email Compromise attacks increased by nearly 100% in 2019 — and cost businesses over $1.7 billion in losses. Yet, according to a new Gartner report, traditional email inspection techniques are ineffective at detecting BEC phishing — least of all the new generation of BEC attacks.
The new generation of BEC attacks exploits the weakest links in your digital chain: your trusted suppliers and business partners.
Join the “Business Partner, Compromised” live webinar on April 2nd and learn:
- How BEC phishing techniques have evolved over the past decade
- The differences between stopping BEC phish from spoofed CEOs vs. infiltrated supply chains
- How to uncover and close anti-BEC phishing gaps in your SEG, cloud email and DMARC defenses
- Why the remote workforce is particularly susceptible to BEC phishing in the COVID-19 era
Area 1 Security | VP, Products
With a career spanning 20 years fighting bad guys online, Shalabh leads all product and go-to-market functions at Area 1 Security, with extensive prior experience across security, enterprise, and cloud infrastructure companies such as Aspen Networks, IronPort Systems, Cisco and Bracket Computing. Shalabh and his teams have taken products from conception all the way to large scale businesses; and in the process have consistently helped make the Internet a safer place. An alumnus of Stanford University and the University of Texas at Austin, Shalabh holds five patents and can claim to know something about enterprise infrastructure and security.