The business email compromise (BEC) gang Scattered Canary has filed more than 200 fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits and for COVID-19 relief funds. An infamous business email compromise (BEC) gang has submitted hundreds of fraudulent claims with state-level U.S. unemployment websites and coronavirus relief funds. Researchers who tracked the fraudulent activity said cybercriminals may have made millions so far from the fraudulent activity. Behind the attacks is Scattered Canary, a highly-organized Nigerian cybergang that employs dozens of threat actors to target U.S. enterprise organizations and government institutions. Since April 29, Scattered Canary has filed more than 200 fraudulent claims on the online unemployment websites of eight U.S. states; including at least 174 fraudulent claims with the state of Washington, for instance, and at least 17 fraudulent claims with the state of Massachusetts.