Researchers have uncovered a new business email compromise group impersonating well-known law firms and attorneys to trick targets into paying fake invoices.
Business email compromise (BEC) groups are more heavily relying on attacks that impersonate third-party vendors or suppliers, as opposed to traditional attacks that mimicked executives.
A widespread, international crackdown on business email compromise resulted in the arrest of 65 suspects.
Crane Hassold, with Abnormal Security, recently joined Lindsey O’Donnell-Welch on the Decipher podcast to talk about why business email compromise attacks are still a top financially damaging threat today.
In a podcast discussion with Lindsey O'Donnell-Welch, Crane Hassold with Abnormal Security discusses how business email compromise attackers are getting savvier and best practices to defend against BEC attacks.