Spot the predator before you become the prey

With increasing frequency, cybercriminals are relying on human error in order to be successful. This practice, known as social engineering, provides bad actors with unauthorized access to critical systems and applications. TechTarget defines social engineering as "an attack vector that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves manipulating people into breaking normal security procedures and best practices to gain unauthorized access to systems, networks or physical locations or for financial gain."stock photo

Using social engineering, a glorified manipulation strategy, cyber criminals are able to acquire sensitive or confidential information that allows for their success. The good news is, these efforts are easily thwarted so long as you have the education required to identify their methods.

Learn their tactics and what to watch out for to using this downloadable whitepaper from KnowBe4, our partners in Security Awareness Training. 

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