Impersonation Scams: Social Engineering News

At Social-Engineer, we define impersonation as the “practice of pretexting as another person with the goal of obtaining information or…

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Stronger Security Posture: Building Your Program

In the first part of this two-part blog series, we touched on understanding your security posture, training your employees, and…

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Phishing Reached All-Time High: Social Engineering News

Phishing reached an all-time high in the first quarter of 2022. To clarify what this means, in the first quarter of 2022 there were…

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Stronger Security Posture: Where to Start

We talk about information security and its importance all the time. The multitude of attacks in 2022 alone demonstrates its necessity.…

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Social Engineering News: SMiShing

SMiShing attacks continue to soar as more companies transition to a remote/hybrid workforce. According to a Pew Research Center…

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4 Keys for Successful Training

As cyber-attacks are on the rise, companies are becoming ever more aware of the need to implement security awareness programs to train…

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Social Engineering News: Vishing

Bad actors are successfully using vishing, also known as voice phishing, to attack organizations and people. Experts in cybersecurity…

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Cybersecurity and Cognitive Bias

In the digital age we find ourselves in today, each company has an obligation to protect not only themselves, but also their…

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Social Engineering News: Heightened Cybersecurity Concerns

Current events in Ukraine have created heightened cybersecurity concerns. For this reason, CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure…

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Fixing the Shortage of Information Security Professionals

Using the Easy Button™ Last month, we posted our blog explaining the staffing shortage in the information security (InfoSec) industry.…

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