Information sources are only limited by the relevancy of the information they provide. When conducting research for social engineering, you may find yourself reviewing a broad range of sources (traditional and non-traditional) in order to gain a small bit of intelligence from each source. These bits are like puzzle pieces. Individually they don’t look like much but when they’re combined a larger, more coherent picture emerges.
The Social Engineering Framework
The Social Engineering Framework is a searchable information resource for people wishing to learn more about the psychological, physical and historical aspects of social engineering. Please use the index below to find a topic that interests you.