- Because anyone can be scammed
- Because working from home can make you more vulnerable
- Because it can be expensive if you are scammed
Social engineering consists of cyber-criminals convincing victims to make a mistake and compromise themselves. With many employees working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic, cyber-criminals have increased the frequency of their attacks. This infographic details common types of social engineering scams that organisations and employees should be aware of.
Common types of Social Engineering Scams (pdf: 1.104 MB)
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