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Email spoofing attacks / BEC losses increased rapidly, surpassing $43 Billion as of 2021 globally
Payment/invoice/billing thru email spoofing scams skyrocketed by 155%, in 2020
Wire-transfer payment for BEC nearly doubled from $48,000 Q3 to $75,000 in Q4
Email spoofing is rampant nowadays as it is the most convenient way of gaining access to an Organization’s system without making any noise or attention. There are many cases reported regarding businesses falling victim to this tactic, but there are ways to prevent it from happening at your expense. Email spoofing is a method used in phishing attacks and spams to deceive users into thinking that a message was sent from a legitimate source that they can trust.
Email spoofing can be done because Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) does not have a built-in authentication method. In spoofing attacks, the bad actors forge legitimate business headers and make it appear that such a phishing email seems genuine, whereas, in truth and fact, it is fraudulent. Typically, these are taken at their face value; that’s why many unsuspecting victims fell victim to it. Unless such users inspect the header closely, that is the only time that the user can identify that such header is a fraudulent one.
The main target of bad actors are typically remote employees (e.g overseas or Work-From-Home) and finance departments. One of the largest factors that has played into the rise of BEC attacks and impersonation efforts is the continued remote work policies in place with the majority of organizations. 30% of organizations state that over 50% of links received via email lead to a malicious site, demonstrating the never ending assault on inboxes perpetrated by criminals. On top of that, respondents identified that their finance departments have the largest target on their backs as 34% said finance-related employees are the most frequent victims of spear-phishing attempts.
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