Company: XL Catlin
Published: 15 June 2017
"Social engineering" refers to a variety of methods used to obtain access, data or money through fraud. This short article sheds light on three types of social engineering attacks which are on the rise and the risks facing businesses.
• Vendor impersonation.
• Executive impersonation.
• Client impersonation.
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