SOCIAL ENGINEERING

INTRODUCTION

Social engineering attacks are the hardest to detect as they prey on the individual’s innate desire to help. We work with organizations to build customized training that addresses the ways in which your team engage with others during the course of the business day. By educating and empowering your employees to recognize and mitigate social engineering attacks, you dramatically reduce the risks to your organization’s security, important data and revenue.

 
 

Phishing is a consistent source of malware success comes through human error—such as clicking on suspicious attachments and links. 

Vishing is another highly successful vector of compromise is the phone. The skilled hacker has mastered the art of deriving important information and access points through a simple phone call.

 

We work with your team to not only identify vishing attempts but develop policies that make it more difficult for hacer success while ensuring that customer experience is not compromised.

Social engineering-Face-to-Face – sophisticated hackers do not always hide behind their computers to commit their crimes. In many cases, the hacker will utilize their skills in social engineering to gain access to information through influence over others.

 

We explore the common methods used by the hacker and help employees learn how to recognize and neutralize the power of human hacking.

Physical Security is something as common and courteous as holding the door for what you perceive to be a co-worker can be the open invitation a criminal is looking for.

By assessing the current structure of physical security within an organization, we create realistic scenarios of compromise and offer the organization easy to implement strategies where human kindness is no longer a risk to security for your organization.

Phishing
Vishing
Face-to-Face
Physical Security

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