Business email compromise is a form of cybercrime which uses email (and sometimes even text messages) to attack businesses and non-profit organizations to steal money. Examples include invoice scams and spear phishing attacks which allow criminals to impersonate members of your organization or trusted vendors.
Learn about common ways that criminals use business email compromise, and methods to defend yourself and your organization from fraud. Unfortunately this type of attack is on the rise, with over $26 Billion stolen from US companies to date!
Who Should Attend: All business owners who have an online presence.
Review of email cybercrime
Ways that criminals use business email scams
How to protect your business from email scams
This Workshop is taught by Tom Jacobson.
West Business Development Center: is a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) funded non-profit business development center that provides reliable no-cost confidential counseling and relevant training programs to entrepreneurs throughout Mendocino and Lake County. West Center is proud to host the Mendocino Small Business Development Center and the Mendocino Women’s Business Center.
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