Email compromise to exceed £6.4 bn in 2018 as attacks increase say NCSC/NCA

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April 11, 2018
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"We need to put in place capabilities that detect and respond in real-time to active threats that have bypassed defensive controls and gained access and persistence within the organization," says Matt Walmsley, Vectra EMEA director. "Only then do we have the chance to get ahead of the attacks before they become critical security incidents.”

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