White paper – Comprehensive approach to deterring and preventing CEO Fraud

Business Email Compromise (BEC) Fraud (or CEO Fraud) is similar to Invoice Redirection Fraud however in this case junior employees in the finance department of a company receive an email from a fraud perpetrator purporting to be the Chief Executive Officer stating that an important deal or some other urgent matter is pending and that a substantial payment needs to be processed immediately.

In this white paper, learn more about our comprehensive approach to deterring and preventing Business Email Compromise (BEC) Fraud (or CEO Fraud)

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