Social Engineering

No mater how strong your automated systems are, a human element will always be the weakest link in the chain. There are many reasons an attack vector may be successful: lack of vigilance or awareness, excessive loyalty or sometimes a suprising and utterly unique human-related reasons.
Social Engineering Attack Methods
Phone calls
Website phishing
Rouge devices
To accomplish the task, penetration testers apply methods from both the fields of cybersecurity and psychology. They also assess the urgency of threats related to employee awareness.

The client receives a description of the results of the social engineering efforts, as well as recommendations on how to mitigate relevant risks.
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