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Sep 1, 2019


Business Email Compromise is a sophisticated phishing scam directed at businesses for the express purposes

Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a sophisticated scam that (also known as a Man-In-the-Middle attack) primarily target businesses who receive money transfers by wire to pay for goods.  BEC attackers rely heavily on social engineering tactics to trick unsuspecting employees and executives related to finance or involved with wire transfer payments by impersonating the CEO or another executive authorized to do wire transfers.  These attackers spend an inordinate amount of time researching and monitoring their target victims and businesses that can result in large paydays.  This week the Department of Justice brought charges against a Nigerian BEC group of 80.

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