In This Issue: “Vishing 101 – Tell me baby, what’s your story?” For security professionals, vishing can be nerve-wracking. Jess Clark provides a sample character profile to help you create a story and build confidence.
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Vishing, or eliciting information over the phone, is a common social attack vector. It’s proven to be one of the most successful methods of gaining information needed to breach an organization, even when used by an inexperienced attacker. We’ll go over five points for successful vishing.
In This Issue: “Make Social Engineering Your Career.” Security expert, Chris Hadnagy, discusses two paths to help you enter this rewarding and fulfilling field.
In This Issue: “How to Become a Social Engineer.” Which is the best path; education or experience? Find out what security expert Chris Hadnagy has to say.
About a year or so ago when Social-Engineer ran a poll asking the public who they thought would be better as a Social-Engineer, this is how the public voted. Women won hands down. We set out to see if that was true with the first ever Men Vs Women SECTF at Def Con 20 – […]
The Social-Engineer Capture the Flag has been a staple of DEF CON for 5 years. For 5 years we have looked for a woman to challenge the men. We have found her – enter Lilly. She came down upon the SECTF with a vengance and not only won, but won by over 200+ points. August 12 […]
As you can see, with company’s lackadaisical attitudes toward protecting your data, dumpster diving can reap huge rewards.
The Beat links geo information embedded within Instagram images to Google Streetview. This is then made searchable using tags from Instagram