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.
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In This Issue: “Operations Security – Hips don’t lie, and neither do loose lips.” In this Newsletter, find out how OPSEC can help protect you from social engineering attacks.
In This Issue: “The Weaponizing of Social Media.” Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the trust we have in social media sites and have been using them to gain access to corporate and government networks. In this issue find out how attackers use social media as a weapon and what you can do to protect yourself.
Friday, October 21st was the day that your appliances went on the attack. A massive DDoS attack took place against Dyn DNS; taking sites like Twitter, Amazon, New York Times off line.
In This Issue: “Are You Enjoying Your Trip As Much As the Social Engineer Is?” It’s become standard business etiquette to set automatic out-of-office email replies to respond in your absence. Sharing vital information can be important to keep things running smoothly while you’re away. However, it can also be used to launch an attack. In this newsletter we provide tips to keep your organization safe.
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.
Over one year ago a reporter reached out to us with a crazy idea, he said, “I want you to hack me… no holds barred. Gloves off. And I want to get it on film….” How did those events affect him? Find out as Kevin Roose joins us on the SEPodcast April 11, 2016 Contents […]
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.