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What is Business Email Compromise?
A Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a type of cyber-attack where a Threat Actor uses social engineering techniques to gain access to a business email account. They can then use this access to send fraudulent emails that trick employees, customers or partners into transferring money or sensitive information to the cybercriminal.
Having an incident response team to investigate a BEC is important because we can quickly identify the source of the breach, determine the extent of the damage, and take steps to contain and mitigate the attack. We can also help you to identify vulnerabilities in your email security systems and implement stronger safeguards to prevent future attacks.
What should I do first?
If you suspect that you may be a victim of an email compromise you should immediately stop using the account and contact us for help. To speak with a member of the Pragma team call the local number displayed on the website or Contact us to chat. We recommend you don't contact us by email if you think attackers may be reading what you send.
Why Choose Pragma?
Pragma’s experienced Incident Response team have the expertise and tools necessary to quickly identify and contain the attack. We will help you to contain and eradicate the Threat Actor quickly and ensure that all affected accounts and Threat Activity is identified. Without our support the Threat Actor may retain access to the email account, or other compromised accounts, and be exfiltrating data from your network.
Pragma will ensure that the effects in the incident are minimised and get you back to normal operations as soon, and as safely as possible.
What is our Business Email Compromise service response?