NCSC publishes business email compromise guidance for SMEs

20/05/2024 | NCSC

The National Cyber Security Agency (NCSC) has released new guidance to address the increasing threat from Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. The guidance is intended for smaller businesses and offers actionable steps to minimise the risk, as well as guidelines for responding if an organisation suspects compromise. In highlighting the importance of recognising fraudulent phishing emails, the guidance aims to foster a reporting culture among staff. 

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