Your organization’s CEO and key executives are primary targets for threat actors who try to use their name, image, and personal web appearance to target them and their business network. Continuously monitoring for exposed personal data or impersonation of key executives can limit harm in both the cyber and physical spheres.
Make BEC Attacks a Thing Of The Past
Incidents of Business Email Compromise (BEC) continue to be a severe problem for businesses. The FBI, which has been tracking BEC-related scams for the last 6 years, has recently updated its running sum of losses incurred in reported BEC and email account compromise (EAC) incidents to US$12.5 billion.
Using high level sophisticated social engineering methods, by impersonating certain people (such as C-suite executives, a supplier or an employee asking for payment) through email, threat actors can intercept usual money transfers to other people inside the company or third parties such as suppliers and service providers. In some cases, threat actors steal personally identifiable information (PII) of employees and executives towards the same purpose.
SOCRadar allows SOC teams to search and monitor critically important personal email addresses of C-suite people whether it's indexed somewhere in the growing database of major worldwide breaches that may be sought by your adversaries.
Would you like to gain visibility of potential C-level cyber risks?