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Social Engineering Hacking the Human Element

This eBook explains attacker motivations, Identify Social Engineering techniques, Identify sound security measures to protect critical assets, summarize key areas of control your organization should have in place to improve the security posture, motivators include knowledge, curiosity, ego, social acceptance and pure entertainment, gaining access to a physical access facility by means of coercion or manipulation or simple entry.

Shoulder Surfing:

Direct observation
Effective in public areas
Access to confidential information
Attributed to deficient privacy features, improperly restricted areas
Privacy screens required in public areas in some industries

Vendor Impersonation:

Attempting to gain access by posing as a trusted source
Used to gain trusted access to restricted areas
Typically uses a pre-text (Call or email)
Fake identification is often provided on first contact
Business cards can be faked easily
Simple call back is the best defense
One minute of inconvenience can  stop a potential breach

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File Size: 452 KB
Total Pages: 24

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