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Supply Chain Fraud- A Critical Vector in Email Fraud Attacks

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Date and Time

November 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Event Category

Web Conference

Organizer

Candice Benson

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Overview

Among various types of business email compromise (BEC) and email account compromise (EAC) attacks, supply chain fraud often accounts for the biggest financial losses. These types of threats leverage both impersonation and account compromise and are often used jointly in the same attack. So how can you better protect your company and your end users?

Join our experts for a webinar on how to identify and gain visibility to these cyber threats to reduce your supply chain risk.

In this session we'll talk about:
• The BEC/EAC variants
• Real life examples of supply chain fraud attacks
• How to address email scams from supply chain

Moderator

Speaker/s

Eric Cole

With more than 30 years of network security experience, Dr. Eric Cole is a distinguished cyber security expert and keynote speaker who helps organizations curtail the risk of cyber threats. Dr. Cole has worked with a variety of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies, to top international banks to the CIA. He has been the featured speaker at many security events snd also has been interviewed by several chief media outlets such as CNN, CBS News, FOX News and 60 Minutes.

See Eric Cole‘s full profile.

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