Social Engineering: The Threat Is Coming From Inside The House

Jul 07, 09:50 AM
Listen as John Aarsen, SonicWall and Alasdair Truett of Fortisat discuss the anatomy of social engineering attacks and how people are manipulated into performing actions or divulging confidential information. 

Social Engineering attacks have become more frequent and aggressive as attackers attempt to exploit the circumstances surrounding COVID-19. In the case of both users and organizations, overconfidence can lead to complacency, allowing such attacks to succeed. That’s why it’s crucial that you consider social engineering as your company builds its boundless cybersecurity strategy.

For more information watch the SonicWall Webcast: Mindhunter: The Threat is coming from inside the House.