Angela Anastasakis is the SVP of Operations and Customer Success for Nvoicepay. She has more than 30 years of leadership experience in operations and product support. Prior to Nvoicepay, Angela held several management positions at Mentor Graphics, including Support Center Manager, Senior Product Line Support Manager, and finally, Customer Success Manager for one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers.
At Nvoicepay, Angela has been instrumental in leading Operations through rapid growth, while maintaining our 98% support satisfaction rating through outstanding service.
A particular faction of fraudulent activity—‘BEC’, or Business Email Compromise—has gained notoriety over the years and is such a large operation that it’s become more of an umbrella term for various attacks. Among these subsets comes the newer term, ‘VEC’, or Vendor Email Compromise.
If there’s one thing payment companies of any caliber are familiar with watching out for, it’s Business Email Compromise. Here are some of the most common BEC techniques that fraudsters take advantage of.
When companies begin their research on electronic payment solutions, they usually have a list of pain points they want to resolve. However, it's also important to consider the other benefits offered, and how they might fit into and support more than just the basics. Nvoicepay's SVP of Operations and Customer Success, Angela Anastasakis, breaks down the lesser-known benefits to adopting a holistic solution.