Inbound Email Security Threat

Prevent Sophisticated BEC Attacks

What are Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attacks?

BEC attacks involve attackers exploiting internal information and procedures within an organization to access internal information or demand money. Attackers often impersonate executives, finance personnel, or suppliers, commonly using email to deceive individuals within the organization.

Threat Pathways of BEC Attacks

Target Identification
Attackers accurately identify executives or finance personnel within the targeted organization. To achieve this, attackers use social engineering techniques to gather information about their targets.
Email Spoofing
Attackers forge email addresses or domains to create emails that appear trustworthy. These emails are used to deceive individuals within the organization who handle financial transactions or business decisions.
Urgent Request
Attackers’ emails typically contain urgent requests or important business matters, pressuring the recipient to respond quickly.
Payment Instructions
The purpose of the email is to demand payment or manipulate financial transactions. Attackers instruct the target to transfer money to a specific account.
Actions and Sophistication
Attackers take measures to ensure that the target does not realize their intentions. To achieve this, they employ sophisticated social engineering, phishing techniques, and manipulation of language and tone.

Protect your organization from sophisticated BEC attacks with ReceiveGUARD!

BEC attacks are emerging as a significant challenge for modern organizations. Attackers employ sophisticated tactics to manipulate internal emails and request critical financial transactions or data transfers. This exposes the organization to the risks of financial loss and reputational damage.

With ReceiveGUARD, protect against these BEC attacks. Swiftly and effectively detect and block them, ensuring the security of your organization’s email communication, and safeguarding its financial well-being.

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Analyze Vulnerability through Security Assessment

Assess various email threats to identify weaknesses in the email system.

Prevent Unauthorized Access Attempts to Mail Servers

Prevent unauthorized and illegal intrusion to steal sensitive data in the mail server.

Block Malware Threats Hidden in Malicious URLs

Block harmful actions that lead to malware infection on the user’s device when accessing malicious URLs.

Prevent Unintentional Information Leakage Due to Insider Mistakes Mistakes

Prevent information leakage due to user errors or mishaps, regardless of their intentions.

Protect from Compromised Account Emails

Prevent malicious use of user accounts compromised by attackers to exploit other users’ personal information.

Prevent Intentional Confidential Information Leakage

Prevent users from intentionally leaking sensitive information externally.

Protect from Zero-Day Threats

Prevent damage from new forms of malware threats previously inexperienced.

Prevent Sophisticated BEC Attacks

Block actions where individuals impersonate executives within organization to gain access to internal information.

Block Email Spoofing

Prevent users from intentionally leaking sensitive information externally.

Protect Mail Server from Illegal Relay Attack

Protect from malicious activities compromising the security of the email server.

Detect Attacks Exploiting Email Attachments

Prevent the spread of malware through attachments with malicious intent.

Prevent System Disruption due to Ransomware

Prevent the infiltration of a user’s PC and system encryption through email attachments.

Protect Personal Information from Phishing Sites

Prevent email links from redirecting to malicious sites that extract personal information.

Detect Email Sending IP Route Change

Detect activities such as illegal access to users’ email accounts and identify theft through impersonation.

Analyze Hard-to-Identify Domains

Analyze actions that create domains similar to the original domain to cause harm.