Social Engineering

Social Engineering is a technique that relies on exploiting weaknesses in human nature, rather than hardware, software, or network vulnerabilities.

Social engineering is a non-technical strategy cyber attackers use that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking standard security practices. When successful, many social engineering attacks enable attackers to gain legitimate, authorized access to confidential information. We mobilize different tactics to mitigate the dangers of social engineering for your information security.

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What makes social engineering especially dangerous is that it relies on human error, rather than vulnerabilities in software and operating systems. Mistakes made by legitimate users are much less predictable, making them harder to identify than a malware-based intrusion.

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