In the midst of large scale global events, cybercriminals are quick to take advantage and exploit people’s fear and uncertainty. One of the biggest risk faced by many of us who are working remotely is social engineering scams.
Social engineering is a technique used by cyber criminals designed to lure unsuspecting users into sending them their confidential data or gaining access to systems. It is an art of exploiting human psychology rather than technical hacking techniques.
We have created a downloadable infographic to create awareness on this common cybercrime. You may share this with your employees, colleagues, family and friends. Educating people is key to defend against social engineering tactics.
Download: Pragma Social Engineering Guide