The May newsletter focuses on mental health while working from home. First, we’ll discuss what is meant by mental health and how staying connected professionally and personally promotes well-being. Additionally, we’ll provide online resources for when you need to talk out your anxieties. And, we’ll discuss a professional conference that promotes mental well-being.
The Social-Engineer Newsletter
The Social-Engineer Newsletter is a monthly journal that covers the physical, psychological or physiological principles of social engineering that apply to everyday life. Subscribe to receive the newsletter via email on the FIRST MONDAY of each month; or browse our newsletter archives below.
COVID-19 is dramatically increasing the number of people working remotely. In this month’s newsletter, we’ll alert you to a current cybersecurity threat, provide a starters checklist of necessary infrastructure and policies, as well as tips to work from home safely. And… we’ll discuss how Sir Isaac Newton can inspire all of us who are now working remotely.
What skills do you need to be a social engineer? The March newsletter answers that question by narrowing the focus to two specific skill groups: interpersonal and technical skills. We’ll also discuss how to use social engineering in the best possible way by employing ethics.
The corporate front door is under attack. What is the front door of your company? And why is it so important to know if it is secure? Our February newsletter answers these questions.
Ryan MacDougall, Chief Operating Officer for Social-Engineer, LLC, and OSINT trainer and speaker, answers how and when to choose and use tools for an investigation.
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.
The November Newsletter will introduce you to security-focused professionals, women and men who are “white hat” or “ethical hackers.” They’re the good gals and guys working to protect private and public entities.
Romance scams rank #1 in total consumer fraud losses affecting Americans. In this Newsletter we explore the history of online relationships and provide tips to keep you safe from scammers.