Explore the role of Digital Risk Protection in defending against any unauthorized exploitation of brand assets in the digital realm.
Social engineering attacks are a type of cybercrime designed to exploit human weakness by using psychological manipulation to trick individuals into divulging sensitive information or performing actions that may be against their own interests. Financially motivated, the goal of these attacks is usually to gain access to confidential information or systems that the threat actors can then leverage for fraudulent or malicious purposes.
From chatbots mimicking humans to voice synthesis and deepfakes that disorient and deceive, learn about AI’s role in Social Engineering.
AI-fueled social engineering tactics are a potent initial infection vector for ransomware as well as a myriad of other cyber threats.
This post explores Defense-in-Depth, a comprehensive strategy with a multi-layered approach to modern threat protection.
AI has undoubtedly benefited threat actors, but how close are we to a world where AI-powered malware can autonomously invade a network?
This last post in our social engineering prevention series provides guidance on what to do if you fall victim to a social engineering attack.
This broad overview of cybercrime includes the main types of cybercrime, underlying motivations, societal impact, and tactics for prevention.
This blog post offers social engineering countermeasures and provides guidance to minimize the risk of falling victim to these attacks.
Spear phishing at scale: A new era of AI fueled attacks where social engineering, social media, AI tools, and micro-targeting converge.
This post shares a few highly effective social engineering examples using micro-targeting techniques based on LinkedIn profile attributes.