It’s The Human Hacking Conference: Year Alpha! In this blog we provide a breakdown of this exciting conference and give a preview of what to expect next year!
Content tagged: Social Engineering
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.
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.
Social media has become a huge attack vector. Learn why social media scams such as quizzes, romance scams, and social phishing are becoming more popular and what you can do you protect yourself.
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, […]
In This Issue: “Ethical Hackers: Filling a Vital Role in Society.” What comes to your mind when you hear the word “hackers” or “hacking?” Do you picture faceless people in hoodies, wreaking havoc on government, business and healthcare systems? The November SENewsletter, will introduce you to another type of hacker. Security-focused professionals, women and men who consider themselves “white hat” or “ethical hackers.” They’re the good gals and guys working to protect private and public entities.
It has long been known that DerbyCon was one of our favorite cons. The organizers, the attendees, the family atmosphere…all of it together made Derby feel like home for the SEVillage crew. And for the past 9 years, the SEVillage has had a presence at DerbyCon. We started with just a table and graduated to […]