This post shares a few highly effective social engineering examples using micro-targeting techniques based on LinkedIn profile attributes.
Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) is a key concept in cybersecurity and threat intelligence. The purpose is to identify patterns of behavior which can be used to defend against specific strategies and threat vectors used by malicious actors.
From novice hackers to complex cybercriminal networks, see how attackers build detailed profiles of their social engineering attack targets.
Social engineering prevention basics: Learn what it is, the red flags of an attack, and how your personal digital habits create organizational risks.
Social engineering attacks are a type of cybercrime that human weakness by using psychological manipulation to trick individuals.
A curated threat intelligence approach, in which aging data is managed based on current attack status, is crucial to preventing cybercrime.
Threat Alert: Active PayPal payment request scam uses social engineering to exploit users and evade detection without the use of a link.
The latest string of attacks using Qakbot malware are breaching networks and successfully deploying ransomware in less than half a day.
Attackers are turning up the heat with advanced TTPs like Adversary-in-the-Middle (AiTM) phishing attacks to steal session cookies and bypass MFA security.
Active Threat Alert: Protect against active phishing campaigns serving up personalized and uniquely randomized URL paths or subdomains.
zvelo’s attacking IP detections can be used to fend off Brute Force attacks launched against commonly attacked ports like SSH and FTP.