Email Fraud Protection
Phishing emails remain a persistent channel through which malicious actors can exploit vulnerabilities in an organization's cybersecurity posture. Attackers may spoof a domain to send a phishing email that looks like a legitimate email.

Email Fraud - Business Email Compromise (BEC)

Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams deceive victims into transferring funds, reveal personally identifiable information (PII), or discloseing sensitive information like passwords and, account information. The emails often originate from spoofed, compromised, or fraudulent email accounts and if fulfilled, may result in significant financial loss or data exposure.

How do we help you to mitigate email fraud

We help businesses to set up SPF (Sender Policy Framework), DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail), and DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) policies on their domain. Making these change while the business is operational is similar to changing an engine while the car is running. Employing our strategic process of change implementation, we have been successful in implementing changes with minimal to no impact on the business.

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