In Episode 130, Dr. Vyv Evans joins host Chris Hadnagy, to discuss the widespread use of emoji and how it can help fill the gap between text and face-to-face communication.
Content tagged: phishing
In This Issue: “The Rise of Phishing Attacks: P.S. I Love You”. IILOVEYOU. Did you ever receive an email with that subject line? Millions did in May 2000. It was a game changer for social engineering, and in fact, saw the beginning of the rise of phishing attacks. Social engineering and cybersecurity have come a long way since 2000. This month, we’re going back to the past and taking a look at social engineering to see how far it has come.
In Episode 128, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with Alethe Denis, winner of last year’s SECTF about how to earn the coveted black badge. In this discussion, you’ll hear what she learned from her previous mistakes that helped her dominate the competition. You’ll also hear Alethe’s take on the differences between real-life and competitive vishing. – […]
COVID-19 scams target our heightened sense of fear and anxiety. It’s known as amygdala hijacking. In this blog, you’ll find out how to see through the scam.
In This Issue: “Working Remotely: Cybersecurity Tips to Work from Home Safely”. The coronavirus 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.
In This Issue: “Is Your Front Door Secure?” The corporate front door is under attack. But what is the front door of your company? And why is it so important to know if your company’s front door is secure? Our February newsletter answers these questions.
In This Issue: “Hey Alexa, What’s a Phone Book?” On average there are more than seven million IoT devices alive in homes every day. 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.
In Episode 123, Dr. Eva Krockow, assistant Professor in psychology at the University of Leicester, joins host Chris Hadnagy to discuss decision-making, as well as how people can improve their daily choices for the better.