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"I can tell a scam when I see one," your employees say.
"I know not to click on links in random emails," they say.
But what if they get a request for network access or credentials that looks totally legit…but isn't?
Read this "white hat" hacker's detailed description of how he infiltrated a Fortune 500 company with nothing more than some research into readily available information and a few basic social engineering techniques. Now imagine how much more damage someone with more devious intentions could have done. Are you worried yet?
To protect your company against a social engineering attack, your employees need to know what to watch out for. Xantrion offers a proven social engineering awareness and training program designed for small and midsized businesses. Contact us today to get started.