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January 18, 2024
11:00 am

Human Hacking

How to Prevent and Mitigate Social Engineering Attacks

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Are you confident in your employees’ ability to withstand social engineering attempts?

What Is Social Engineering?

The same way cybercriminals use malware to hack your computers, human hacking utilizes social engineering. Social engineering is any manipulation technique used by hackers that exploit human error to gain access to confidential information for use in a cyberattack. These attacks are some of the most difficult to prevent and detect because they target humans, not technology.

The human element is a critical piece of your cybersecurity strategy because it is your employees and staff who could fall victim to a phishing attack and give threat actors full admin-level access to your systems! This is why cybercriminals use social engineering as a first step to enacting their malicious schemes most of the time.

Tune in to learn about:

  • Strategies to mitigate the most common and uncommon social engineering attacks.
  • Proven processes to identify and neutralize phishing attacks.
  • The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the escalating threat of social engineering.
  • How ThreatLocker can protect your organization from the outcome of social engineering attacks.
  • And some of the most commonly asked questions about phishing.

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