Most customers realize that they need Social Engineering, but often set unrealistic targets. This chapter helps you to steer customers away from the Mission Impossible mentality and toward more practical objectives. Practical Social Engineering is less about dropping down nuclear cooling towers on ropes while avoiding lasers, and more about delivering value by identifying risks, even where time constraints tie one hand behind your back.
Threat modeling; Information Assurance; Risk Management process; reconnaissance and surveillance; phishing; spear phishing; organized crime groups
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