Social Engineering May Be Your Biggest Security Risk
A leading information technology research and advisory company defines social engineering as the manipulation of people, rather than machines, to successfully breach the security systems of an enterprise or a consumer. Over the next 10 years, social engineering is foreseen as the greatest security risk facing large companies and individual Internet users. It has become one of the leading threats for accessing private and sensitive data and stealing assets.
TransFirst® offers this downloadable report to help you understand the different kinds of social engineering you may encounter, some tactics social engineers often use and tips to help you prevent social engineering from putting your company at risk.