Social Engineering and Enterprise Security

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Discussions about security and compliance disproportionately focus on businesses and enterprises, precisely because these organizations serve as central repositories for critical industrial or consumer information. Accordingly, regulations and best practices are often tied to securing this infrastructure, with consumers getting little to no attention. 

However, the reality of modern cybersecurity threats is that almost all major security breaches are related in one way or another to social engineering–that is, the manipulation of people to breach data systems. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem like it is changing any time soon. 


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