Relive all the amazing moments we had at DEF CON 25! Get all the details about our three SECTF competitions and so much more!
Both Fitbits and smartphones have Micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometers. Is there potential for misuse in a social engineering?
Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has been in the news a lot lately. If A.I. can be taught to interact with humans in a friendly helpful way, it can also be used in malicious ways. Will the rise of machine learning lead to social engineering attacks?
Siblings phish Italy operating under the radar of law enforcement for nearly 7 years. Their targets included 2 former prime ministers, and a sitting mayor.
There are those who loved school and those who, like Ferris Bueller, loved getting out of school. However, SEORG is getting more and more reports of students focused on the study of SE in the classroom!
Implicit Bias – Chances Are, You Have One. As social engineers, being aware of your implicit biases will give you greater control over how you behave and how you treat others.
Lots of questions have been coming in regards our DerbyCon Contest to be held at our Social-Engineer, Inc. sponsor booth. So let me take a few moments to answer the questions and outline the competition. We wanted to have something fun, challenging and also unique. Chris reached out to the National Institute of Polygraph Examiners and […]
Social engineering. We can remember a time when typing that into a search engine lead to almost no return. Maybe some “free burger” videos or the like, but nothing about security. Jump forward to the present day and social engineering is more than just “free burgers”, it is a vector used in over 66% of […]