E-mail compromise fraud consists of schemes where criminals compromise a victim’s e-mail account and send fraudulent wire transfer instructions to Financial Institutions (FIs).
This infographic highlights key facts and figures from FinCEN’s recent Advisory to Financial Institutions on E-Mail Compromise Fraud Schemes. Learn how Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) and E-mail Account Compromise (EAC) can impact your institution – and how you can detect and investigate these schemes.
- How BEC and EAC schemes play out.
- Key factors that define each type of scheme.
- Red flags that can help you identify e-mail compromise fraud.