CEO fraud is a type of scheme used by hackers to trick company insiders such as management and accounting personnel into wiring money to the hackers accounts. This usually involves a legitimate looking email with the CEO’s signature. Some emails appear come from within the organization at first glance, but oftentimes don’t contain the exact domain of the company in the email address (i.e. @fish.com compared to @flsh.com). Read more at Krebson Security.
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