What do your new hires need to know to combat these malicious activities?
Social engineering attacks use psychological manipulation to trick the users into giving away sensitive or confidential information, which in turn greatly compromises their security.
The most dangerous part of social engineering is that it relies on human error, rather than weaknesses with software and operating systems. Social engineering is based on the theory that humans have a natural tendency to trust others, allowing the perpetrator to easily trick someone into giving out important personal details.
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