The phishing swindle that conned $100 million out of Google and Facebook

Imagine this.

You work in the finance department of a large US-based company. You have a number of manufacturers and service providers based around the world who you regularly do business with. It’s not unusual for you to receive invoices from the companies for the services or goods that they have supplied to your firm.

If your company really has received those goods and services, you wouldn’t feel too bad reabout paying up, right? Well, perhaps you should be on your guard…