Social Engineering Awareness Course
To defend yourself against the biggest cyber threat to companies worldwide today, step into the shoes of the hacker and mastermind a cybercrime.
Welcome to the course!
2.1- Buying a company in Belarus
2.2 - What is Social Engineering?
2.3 - Thinking fast and slow
2.4 - The four social engineering vectors
2.5 - Vishing
2.6 - Vishing call
2.7 - Vishing techniques
2.8 - Impersonation
2.9 - Impersonation video
2.10 - Phishing
2.11 - Smishing
2.12 - Why it works
2.13 - Test your learning
3.1 - Osint (Open Source Intelligence)
3.2 - Choosing a target
3.3 - Vishing Call to Right Match Singles
3.4 - What makes a good human target?
3.5 - The target has been chosen: Jessica Jackson
3.6- Jessica Jackson
3.7 -Jessica Jackson (OSINT)
3.8 -Jessica Jackson (Attack!)
3.9 - The backup plan: get into the office
3.10 - Exercise: how would you get into the Right Match Singles office?
3.11 - The attack is complete
4.1 - Reality check
4.2 - Adversarial thinking
4.3 - End of course quiz
4.4 - Outrunning a bear!
4.5 - Social Engineering Resources
Contact us today to arm your team with the knowledge they need to defend against social engineering attacks.
This is an awareness level course suitable for all company staff and has been designed to be practical and easily understood by anyone. Our clients often employ it to provide their “high risk” staff with more in-depth training.
The course takes about two hours to complete including exercises and end of course quiz.
Course costs depend on number of students enrolled, with a 10 student minimum. Contact us for pricing and course customisation options.
Students get a certificate of completion to evidence their training. This benefits their CPD and demonstrates your commitment to cyber security both to your clients & the ICO under the GDPR.
Social engineering is one of the largest cyber attack vectors being used. Your human firewall (your staff) need to be able to identify & defend against attempted attacks to protect the company & themselves. Social engineering is a huge part of cyber security. Your I.T team should focus on the technical parts of cyber security & your staff should focus on social engineering threats.