Organisations worldwide have moved to cloud email and realized the benefits of increased productivity, collaboration, and extensibility. But attackers are abusing the open, connected nature of the cloud to carry out new cyber attacks—using social engineering tactics to trick users into inputting credentials, sending money, and providing access to confidential information. Making matters worse, attackers are also finding new ways to directly access the email environment, using third-party integrations and MFA bypass techniques to complete their scams. Join this session with Abnormal Security as we discuss why email is still the most important channel to protect, what types of attacks you can expect in the coming year, and how cloud email security platforms can keep your organization safe.
Join us for this private, closed-door virtual roundtable where we will be taking a deeper look at:
- How many of you have moved entirely to cloud email like Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace and what benefits have you seen from that shift?
- It seems that cybercriminals are taking advantage though. Socially-engineered attacks like business email compromise have made up the majority of all cybercrime losses over the past few years, with $43 billion in exposed losses since 2016. What trends are you seeing in this space?
- What types of socially-engineered attacks have you seen in your environment?