Why You Could Be The Cause of An Attack

Why You Could Be The Cause of An Attack

Social engineering is not a new concept, but it is an enduring one that is steadily growing, with no end in sight.

One of the most common social engineering schemes is phishing, which is defined as "the use of social engineering and technical subterfuge to defraud an online account holder of their financial information by posing as a trusted identity."

Download this whitepaper to learn:

  • The latest social engineering attack methods
  • The transaction authorization weaknesses
  • How to minimize the risk of social engineering attacks
  • Industry best practices and use cases

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