98% of cyber attacks rely on social engineering. That’s because it just takes one human error for a threat actor to infiltrate an entire organization. And with the average business facing over 700 social engineering attacks a year, it’s become paramount for CISOs to ensure that not a single user slips through the cracks—easier said than done.
One of the main reasons social engineering is such a reliable method for threat actors is because they’ve developed so many different ways to exploit human psychology. Pretexting, phishing, baiting… the list goes on. It’s become more and more difficult for CISOs to inform the enterprise on how to recognize these insidious tactics, and the margin for error is low.
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By knowing what you’re up against, it’s easier to gameplan to proactively mitigate against the unique risks that each user within your organization faces.
Our latest guide to Recognizing and Thwarting Social Engineering Attempts dives into the details on:
- The various social engineering tactics causing security breaches and their warning signs
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When every employee is a potential attack vector, actionable insights into their behaviors can make all the difference.