New Trends in BEC Fraud Scams

Business Email Compromise (BEC) , Events , Fraud Management & Cybercrime

RSA Speaker Kai Roer on How the Campaigns Have Evolved

Kai Roer, managing director, CLTRe

Business email compromise scams are becoming far more sophisticated and often now involve the use of supply chain management invoices, says Kai Roer of CLTRe, a KnowBe4 company. He’ll be a featured speaker at the RSA APJ virtual conference to be held July 15-17.

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In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Roer discusses:

  • How BEC scams have evolved over the years;
  • Why BEC campaigns continue to haunt companies;
  • How organizations can prepare to reduce the fraud risks that BEC scams pose.

Roer is co-founder and managing director at CLTRe. In 2019 CLTRe became part of the global IT security company KnowBe4, where it now acts as its research center. With more than 20 years of experience in the security sector, Roer is a specialist in security behaviors and security culture. He’s the creator of the Security Culture Framework and community.

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