The Human Hacking Conference (HHC) is a cornerstone educational event where you receive expert training on how to hack thoughts, actions, and the people around you. In our June blog we’re introducing you to the HHC 2021 trainers and giving you a preview of their learning tracks.
In This Issue: “The Rise of Phishing Attacks: P.S. I Love You”. IILOVEYOU. Did you ever receive an email with that subject line? Millions did in May 2000. It was a game changer for social engineering, and in fact, saw the beginning of the rise of phishing attacks. Social engineering and cybersecurity have come a long way since 2000. This month, we’re going back to the past and taking a look at social engineering to see how far it has come.
Deepfake attacks – anyone who has a presence on social media is vulnerable. Find out how you can defend yourself and your company against them in latest blog, “Deepfakes: How to Defend Yourself from Attack”.
COVID-19 scams target our heightened sense of fear and anxiety. It’s known as amygdala hijacking. In this blog, you’ll find out how to see through the scam.
We’re announcing the launch of the SEVillage at Def Con 28! Find out how you can sign up for all of our exciting competitions and more!
In This Issue: “Hey Alexa, What’s a Phone Book?” On average there are more than seven million IoT devices alive in homes every day. Staying ahead of attackers and securing your IoT devices may seem overwhelming. However, securing your devices doesn’t have to be difficult. In this newsletter we provide security tips so you can keep yourself safe from the threats posed by using these devices.
Social media has become a huge attack vector. Learn why social media scams such as quizzes, romance scams, and social phishing are becoming more popular and what you can do you protect yourself.
In This Issue: “Ethical Hackers: Filling a Vital Role in Society.” What comes to your mind when you hear the word “hackers” or “hacking?” Do you picture faceless people in hoodies, wreaking havoc on government, business and healthcare systems? The November SENewsletter, will introduce you to another type of hacker. Security-focused professionals, women and men who consider themselves “white hat” or “ethical hackers.” They’re the good gals and guys working to protect private and public entities.