On today’s session of Secure Squad! Todd, Brent, and Erin join Wes to discuss dumpster diving and facility intrusion. Sometimes the easiest way for social engineers to get their hands on what they want is to literally get their hands...
Social engineers aren't above dumpster diving and sneaking into your facility. What are you doing to protect data and devices from malicious visitors?
"Typo-squatting" and "combo-squatting" are two common tactics to have domains that appear legitimate. Spoofed websites are easy to construct. Companies of all sizes need to be extremely conscious of brand abuse.
Today we discuss the tried and true method of email phishing. A believable phishing email combined with a well-done spoofed website is a disaster waiting to happen.
Phishing emails aren't going anywhere. No matter how good your email filters are, they still sneak through. The good news is this... they aren't too difficult to spot, you just need to know what you're looking for.
On today’s session of Secure Squad! Todd, Brent, and Erin join Wes to discuss how social engineers take advantage of unsecured phone systems and voicemail to carry out their larger attack against companies.
As an MSP, you’re always looking for new ways to secure your clients. Security awareness is an important component of any MSP’s stack and there are some unique benefits offered by automated programs. Reduce Risk: How much confidence do you...
On today’s session of Secure Squad! Todd, Brent, and Erin join Wes to discuss how social engineers use vishing phone calls as part of their coordinated attack against companies and employees.
The least expected form of attack is the vishing call. Everyone is ready for email phishing, nobody's expecting vishing.
On today’s session of Secure Squad! Todd, Brent, and Erin join Wes to discuss how social engineers prepare for their attack. A lot more effort goes into carrying out an attack than you might think.