B2B transactions mean a constant flow of critical information and financial exchanges on which the threat of phishing attacks looms larger than ever. Recognizing the potential rewards of breaching business networks, cybercriminals have improved their tactics to exploit vulnerabilities unique to the B2B landscape.
B2B organizations, encompassing various industries, have increasingly become prime targets for phishing attacks and security breaches. Unlike their counterparts in the consumer sector, businesses engaging in B2B transactions often handle larger sums of money and exchange sensitive data, such as account numbers, emails with confidential information, or even user data, that, if compromised, can have severe repercussions. From fraudulent wire transfers to unauthorized access to confidential documents, the risks are multifaceted and demand a nuanced understanding. Users, employees, and operators must be vigilant and learn to control those risks.