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.
Content tagged: impersonation
In This Issue: “Social Engineer Your Life: Vishing, Phishing, and Impersonation Advice for Daily Use.” How can we gauge the ethics of using social engineering outside of a work environment? Cat Murdock explores this topic!
In This Issue: “What Has Happened with Social Engineering in the Last 8 Years?” Why is there such an increase in social engineering attacks? Chris Hadnagy answers these questions and more!
A delivery man, a pest control worker, and a Florida teenager. Impersonation attacks ranging from humorous to terrifying.
Social-Engineer Hacking Asha from CBC at DEF CON 24 from Social-Engineer on Vimeo.
In This Issue: “Spear Phishing – On the Rise and How to Protect Your Organization.” Spear phishing has become one of the most common sources of company breaches. In this newsletter we’ve outlined tree steps you can take to protect yourself and your company.
In This Issue: “Phishing, Vishing & SmiShing, Oh My!” Chris Hadnagy takes a look back at 2015 to see what we can learn about malicious social engineering attacks and what we need to do moving forward.
We define vishing as the “practice of eliciting information or attempting to influence action via the telephone.” Similar to phishing, the goal of vishing is to obtain valuable information that could contribute to the direct compromise of an organization by exploiting people’s willingness to help. Attackers can “spoof”, or forge, their outgoing phone number and […]