Social engineering and phishing attacks appear in many forms. However, they ultimately have a similar outcome to steal money or essential information about a person or company.
Today, attackers will do their research and understand the necessary information about you, your company and your colleagues. Commonly they find this information on social media. They then use phishing and social engineering tactics to convince you to install malicious software, pay them money or hand over your personal information. Once they have access to this information, it can result in business and personal hardship, including identity theft and fraud.
Our User Awareness Training empowers your employees through constant security awareness training, creating human firewalls and a proper defence against cybercrime.