In This Issue: Cyber Threats – Are You Trained to Deal with Them? The cyber threat landscape continues to evolve. Cyber security awareness training must continue to evolve as well. Find out what makes an effective training program that both the organization and the employees benefit from.
In This Issue: Spread The Word on Elder Fraud. This month, we are going to talk about social engineering scams and how they target the elderly population.
It’s hard to believe that Social-Engineer.org (SEORG) has been hosting the SECTF event for the past eight years. From small beginnings in 2010 the SECTF has grown into one of the most anticipated events at the SEVillage.
Malicious attackers are tireless as they search for personal and professional information; and they want it all. That information provides attackers with the knowledge needed to coordinate an approach that will elicit the right emotional response to achieve the desired compromise or breach. Where are they finding all this information? Let’s take a look at […]
In This Issue: Gaining Access – A New Way of Thinking at APSE. Get an inside look into the 5 day APSE course designed and written by Chris Hadnagy.
It was almost 5 years ago that we launched the social-engineer.org site. Honestly folks, if you had asked me to predict what would come of it my wildest dreams would not have lead me to this. Almost 5 years, 2 books, a number of worldwide trainings, a company and much more later it was time […]
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Framing and the Social Engineer. You might think that facts are facts. Find out why context does matter.
READ ALL OF THIS PAGE (that means every word on this page) BEFORE PROCEEDING – THE RULES ARE IMPORTANT! By now you should know what the SECTF is, if not please go read the blog post then come back here. Synopsis: This truly unique event will challenge you and test your abilities to use social engineering skills to gather small amounts […]