US Secret Service Versus Business Email CompromiseAgents Cooke and Tyrrell on the Power of Partnerships and Speed of Response
Over a five-year span, reported BEC incidents cost global enterprises more than $43 billion in losses. This trend has the attention of the U.S. Secret Service. Agents Kevin Cooke and Abigail Tyrrell discuss why law enforcement partnerships and speed of response are more critical than ever.
"We seem to see a lot of loss associated with BEC that people just don't realize," said Kevin Cooke, special agent with the U.S. Secret Service. "It seems to be getting worse and not better."
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Cooke and Tyrrell discuss:
- Current BEC trends;
- Why speed of response is more critical than ever;
- How to form partnerships with law enforcement before a crime is committed.
Cooke and Tyrrell have deep experienced investigating BEC crimes for the U.S. Secret Service.