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Social Engineering Overview

Effective scenario-based training must use the same methodologies employed by a hostile attacker. Physical intrusion into the premises with remote social engineering attacks like spear phishing email and USB keys left on-site. “Obvious” attacks to distract from more stealthy attacks, and when compromise is achieved, employ stealth and other activities to remain on the network.

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