In times of crisis, cybercriminals increase their efforts to capitalize on confusion and steal valuable data and information. However, these fraudsters do not wait for a crisis to carry out their malicious cyberattacks, they are happening every day. In 2019 alone, the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) reported 23,775 complaints about Business Email Compromise (BEC), which resulted in more than $1.7 billion in losses. These are just the attacks which have been reported, it’s estimated that this is only a small fraction of the attacks and losses which have occurred.

Vic Vinogradov, Chief Security Officer for Western Alliance Bank, led a webinar on simple and proven practices that can be implemented at home and in the office to detect and prevent malicious cyberattacks. View an on-demand recording of the full presentation below.




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