Social engineering is a method that cyber criminals use to trick individuals into revealing confidential information to gain access to systems. Once obtained, that information can be used to carry out actions that could lead to the demise of your organization; a whopping 60% of small companies go out of business within six months of a cyber-attack. Fortunately, knowledge is power. Here are the most common social engineering attacks to look out for.
To ensure that your organization is protected from the damaging ramifications of a social engineering attack, and to learn more about cyber security risks, please contact Brian Kilcoyne, CIC at P: 617-612-6515/E: email@example.com.