31 Mar 2011

TA26 – Social Engineering

Posted by Thomas Lohninger

This episode focus on a phenomenon called social engineering. This form of hacking deals with the highest layer in IT-Security, the human being, also known as “user”. I spoke with logan from the social-egnineer podcast about his work as a penetration tester, the risks of social media and social proof.

topics:

  • penetration testing and security audits
  • history of social engineering
  • risk of social media exploitation
  • stay secure through paranoia, education and responsible usage
  • history of logan
  • NLP, NHR and Mikroexpressions
  • science in the field of Social engineering

links:

Literatur:

  • Mitnick, Kevin and William Simon (2002) The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley.
  • Hadnagy, Christopher (2010) Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking. USA, IN: Wiley.

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