Social engineering the function that encompasses a broad spectrum of malicious activity, that a cyber attacker utilises to exploit an organisations People and Processes. Using a variety of media, phone calls and social media, to trick people into offering them access to sensitive information.
Six common attack types used are Phishing, Spear phishing, Pretexting, Baiting, Quid pro quo and Tailgating. When successful, they enable attackers to gain legitimate, authorized access to confidential information.
Our consultants use leading industry toolsets to conduct social engineering attacks which can help you understand you organisations security posture and defined a targets security awareness program.