Forbes: Why Combatting Social Engineering Attacks Requires a Team Sport Approach
By David Raissipour, Mimecast Chief Technology & Product Officer.
By the time you finish reading this article, it’s likely that someone within your organization will have been targeted by a social engineering attack.
That attack could come in the form of a spoofed email containing hidden malware. Or perhaps a text message from an unidentified “customer support specialist” asking for the company credit card number. A Slack notification from an “internal administrator” requesting confidential VPN credentials. Maybe even a Zoom meeting invite sent by a digital extortionist masquerading as a friendly colleague.