Business Email Compromise (BEC) happens when someone receives an email supposedly from their companies’ CFO, CEO or even their manager asking them to make a payment to a vendor account. In this attack, the person making the payment is socially engineered to make a fraudulent payment.
This article lists some of the things I have learned from my experiences at the various workplaces that I have been. Every person is different and I expect each person to understand and absorb the content differently. Hopefully, these points will help you be at your best.
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