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Banners: Business Email Compromise

by Damian Stalls Updated on

Throughout the past few years, there has been an increase in business email compromise attacks, which typically spoof CEOs' and CFOs' email addresses to initiate wire transfers, request small-dollar gift cards for charity events, or reward staff for their work. In these cases, the email is typically coming from an executive at the organization and is directed to either an executive assistant or to junior employees in his or her department. For example:

When an email is confirmed as dangerous by our Visible-IR (Incident Response) Team, the following banners may appear at the top of the email.  In addition to this banner the email may be moved to either your Junk or Deleted email folder depending on the threat detected

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