Overview

What is Social Engineering? Social engineering is a physical form of hacking that can be extremely effective; it can be something as simple as a link on an email from a seemingly legitimate source

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Course Description

What is Social Engineering? Social engineering is a physical form of hacking that can be extremely effective; it can be something as simple as a link on an email from a seemingly legitimate source. Why do I need this certification? This course is designed with the end-user in mind, and serves as the ideal starting point for anyone looking to enter the cyber security field and ultimately raise their threat awareness. What will I learn? Social engineering basics Common social engineering attack vectors How to perform those vectors The consequence of an attack Get your End User: Social Engineering Certification Today: Social engineering is a physical form of hacking that can be extremely effective; it can be something as simple as a link on an email from a seemingly legitimate source. Organizations strive to make end users aware of the most common types of social engineering attacks so that they can try to avoid them. This course is designed with the end-user in mind and serves as the ideal starting point for anyone looking to enter the cyber security field and ultimately raise their threat awareness. The content addresses topics regarding social engineering, including common attack vectors, how to perform them and the consequences that follow. It will explore a broad range of Social Engineering attacks such as Shoulder Surfing, tailgating and then explains what happens during those attacks and how they can be prevented.

Instructed By

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Kelly Handerhan
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Certificate Of Completion

Complete this course and earn a End User: Social Engineering Certificate of Completion