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Whaling - Anatomy of an Attack, Protecting Your Organisation from CEO Email Scams

Whaling - Anatomy of an Attack, Protecting Your Organisation from CEO Email Scams

Whaling — derived from an analogy with a big “phish” — is particularly threatening because it’s both highly deceptive and damaging. A cyber-criminal, disguised as the CEO, CFO or other senior executive, typically sends an email message to a recipient and convinces this person to initiate a wire or data transfer. These attacks are also referred to as impersonation attacks or business email compromise attacks.

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