A delivery man, a pest control worker, and a Florida teenager. Impersonation attacks ranging from humorous to terrifying.
In This Issue: “Please Don’t Put Words in My Mouth.” Recently Adobe announced Project VoCo. Basically, it’s Photoshop for audio. In this month’s newsletter find out how bad actors could potentially use this and how to minimize the risk of falling victim.
Friday, October 21st was the day that your appliances went on the attack. A massive DDoS attack took place against Dyn DNS; taking sites like Twitter, Amazon, New York Times off line.
In This Issue: “How to Stay Safe While Traveling in a Global Market.” Executives and corporate employees travel around the world with more frequency than ever before. How can you keep corporate and personal data safe while bouncing from Wi-Fi network to another?
Spear phishing attacks recently breached, Podesta, Powell, and the DNC. Find out the tactics used and how to protect yourself from a similar ruse.
In This Issue: “Are You Enjoying Your Trip As Much As the Social Engineer Is?” It’s become standard business etiquette to set automatic out-of-office email replies to respond in your absence. Sharing vital information can be important to keep things running smoothly while you’re away. However, it can also be used to launch an attack. In this newsletter we provide tips to keep your organization safe.
In This Issue: “Your Old Password Has Been Sold – So What?” Find out what happens to your password after the breach and why it’s so important to quickly change passwords and to never use the same password on multiple sites.
In This Issue: “Back to School Security.” There are plenty of reasons why students would be targeted for social engineering attacks. At Social-Engineer.org, back to school means refreshing security awareness for students.