In Episode 127, host Chris Hadnagy speaks with several of the amazing trainers who presented at the 2020 Human Hacking Conference. In this discussion, you’ll learn about key takeaways from their presentations and a preview of the topics that will be covered at next year’s highly anticipated event. – March 09, 2020 Contents Download Get […]
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In This Issue: “Get the Skills You Need to Be a Successful Social Engineer” 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.
Once flagged by the FBI and the US banking industry as a potential national security threat, the Social Engineering Village (SEVillage) presents this unprecedented experience, The Human Hacking Conference, now considered a cornerstone educational event in the security industry and sought-out by America’s top corporations and law enforcement agencies. Founded 10 years ago by renowned “human hacking” expert, author, […]
The August Podcast is LIVE from DEF CON! With two AMAZING guests Robin Dreeke and Perry Carpenter. Learn how to SIZE PEOPLE UP and so much more!!!
One of our favorite guests of all times, Robin Dreeke, is back again. Captain positivity, the lord of rapport, the king of reciprocal altruism. No matter what you call him, you will really enjoy this podcast!
In This Issue: “Counseling vs. SE Skills: A Venn Diagram.” Michele Fincher explores the common ground between professional social engineer’s and counselors. Learn how that knowledge can be used to up your security testing game.
HEEEEEEE’SSSS BACK! Yes our long time friend and captain positivity, Robin Dreeke is back for another power packed episode all about trust and channelling your inner focus! Feb 08, 2016 Contents Download Get Involved
Imagine having the power to not only social engineer anyone into giving over information with out hesitation but actually being happy for having done it? Our long time friend and podcast guest, Robin Dreeke talks about context framing and how we use it to leave our targets saying, “Thank you sir, may I have another?” […]