The CEO Fraud, also known as Business Email Compromise (BEC), is a scam where the cybercriminal impersonates the identity of an internal person in an organization. This way, a criminal impersonating the CEO for example, can make requests to the users of their organization by email, with the ultimate objective of making wire transfers, spreading a Ransomware attack, or stealing credentials, among others.
An incorrect configuration of your organization’s email server can allow a cybercriminal to use it to send internal emails impersonating anyone in your organization and skipping security SPAM filters or SPF, DKIM, and DMARC records.
Find out through our free tool if your organization’s email server is vulnerable to CEO Fraud.
Non-intrusive tests on your domain will be conducted. If you wish, you can enter your email server port number to run the test; otherwise, the default port of the operating system will be used.