Educate your organization on social engineering
Four simple steps
The pen is mightier than the sword in this case, as intelligent hackers are using well-crafted emails camouflaged to appear as if they're from people you know, colleagues, your bank, or even the government
There are several options for how to get the message out about the dangers of social engineering, our collective responsibility to be vigilant, and what individuals can do.
However, the basic things any organization should be looking to establish are as follows:
Teach your organization to say no
For as many security attacks as there are these days, you would think that people would be more cautious about their information. But the truth is, people are still waiting to give just about anyone anything they ask for.
Employees take dozens of phone calls and listen to several demonstrations from various vendors each week. During those calls and sessions, the people on the other end of the line are often asking for personal business information or identifiers.
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