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, […]
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John McAfee has certainly been in the news over the last year or two. Now he joins the Social-Engineer Podcast crew and discusses his thoughts on social engineering and how he used it in Belize. Dec 8, 2014 Contents Download Get Involved
In This Issue: “Think Positive and Act Confident.” What if you could predict someones level of risk-taking simply by observing their non-verbal behavior? It’s one of the sciences behind social engineering.
With all of the buzz and excitement we thought we would take a few moments to answer some really pertinent questions about the SECTF.
A social engineer is someone who hacks people like hackers hack computers. Any child who has talked his parents into buying him his third Milky Way from the candy aisle is a social engineer like Frank Abagnale, Jr., Leonardo DiCaprio’s character from Catch Me If You Can.
In our continued efforts to raise awareness – Social-Engineer.org is proud to announce the Defcon 19 Social Engineering Capture the Flag (SECTF) 2: “The Schmooze Strikes Back”.
This month we asked what steps you take to protect against social engineering. We were curious if we could find any links to what people are doing to protect themselves and their companies from social engineering. We gave a few choices to help out:
Last month we asked you to tell us if you think Social Engineering is the worst security threat to corporations.