In This Issue: “How Being Vulnerable in Security isn’t Always a Bad Thing.” As a social engineer, how do we protect people and still trust people ourselves? How do we balance building relationships quickly for engagements, and building real relationships in our lives?
The competitions are prepared, the swag art is ready, the targets have been chosen, and the SECTF contestants are locked and loaded. Find out what can you expect at the SEVillage this year.
In This Issue: “Two-Factor or Not Two-Factor? Why is This a Question?” How does 2FA relate to social engineering? Ryan MacDougall investigates this topic and presents his findings.
Identity fraud reached a record high in 2017 with 16.7 million U.S. victims and $16.8 billion dollars stolen. Find out what can you do to safeguard your PII in 2018.
In This Issue: “Social Engineering and Interpersonal Relationships.” Learn how social engineering training can strengthen our abilities to interact and build real relationships.
In the current information age, it may be difficult to determine what information is real. Social engineering awareness training often promotes critical thinking as the go-to form of defense against these threats.
In This Issue: “Corporate Espionage, The Rise of The Cyber-Mafia.” The current generation of cyber-criminals now resembles traditional Mafia organizations. Who are their targets and what are their goals?
Malicious insiders with privileged access create significant risk. Don’t ignore insider threats. Learn to recognize and respond to the risk within.