What Is Business Email Compromise?08/19/2020
Over the past decade, organizations have increasingly shed their on-site email systems in favor of cloud-hosted services. This has brought a myriad of benefits, particularly improved access to information and communication tools as well as cost savings. Unfortunately, this transformation has also increased the risk of business email compromise (BEC) events.
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