Social engineering

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Social Engineering Exercise

A cybersecurity social engineering exercise involves simulating manipulative tactics to deceive a company’s personnel and obtain confidential information or unauthorized access. Through human interaction, such as phishing, the goal is to assess the organization’s awareness and preparedness against human-based threats.


Why it is important to do Social Engineering simulations

Performing social engineering tests regularly is vital to maintaining cybersecurity. These exercises expose vulnerabilities in staff training and awareness, helping the organization improve its resilience against social engineering attacks and protect critical data and systems from threats based on human manipulation.


How do we do it

A social engineering test involves simulating manipulation tactics, such as phishing or spoofing, to assess the vulnerability of an organization’s staff. Realistic scenarios are designed and how staff react is observed, allowing weaknesses in training and security awareness to be identified. The findings are used to improve preventive and response measures.

Attack surface assessment

The initial phase of this exercise identifies and lists assets such as servers, applications, devices, and employees to understand the scope and potential entry points of the exercise.

Social Engineering Campaign

Using multiple impersonation techniques, they try to compromise as many of the organization’s assets as possible.

Final report

The final report of a Social Engineering campaign summarizes findings, weaknesses and recommendations. It provides the organization with a clear view of its cybersecurity and an action plan to improve it.


What does a pentest provide?

From a general perspective, a social engineering test is an essential tool in cybersecurity that assesses human vulnerabilities in an organization. It identifies weaknesses in staff training and awareness, which is critical in an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape.


These tests allow companies to gain an accurate view of their resistance to manipulation tactics. This helps them fine-tune their security training and awareness, ensuring their staff is prepared to detect and resist social engineering attacks.


Finally, conducting social engineering testing demonstrates the organization’s commitment to cybersecurity and protecting sensitive information. This strengthens the trust of customers, partners and stakeholders, as they know that the company is committed to protecting their data and assets.


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