Solutions to Combat Targeted Attacks
Social engineering continues to be an increasing threat and major contributor of cyber attacks. Studies show that over 90% of cyber attacks stemmed from social engineering, with phishing emails serving as the leading method used. Educating employees—your first line of defense—on how to recognize and avert social engineering attacks is critical to minimizing your chance of a data breach.
Why Choose RedLens InfoSec for Your Social Engineering Program?
We work with you to determine your largest risk area and how it can be exploited. Are employees thoroughly trained on how to detect a phishing email? Are they at risk for sharing proprietary information in fear of not seeming helpful? We identify and equip your organization with actionable steps to prevent threat actors from getting a foothold in your network.
Benefits of Social Engineering Programs
Our social engineering programs evaluate your employees’ ability to react to manipulative techniques used by bad actors attempting to infiltrate your environment. From phishing to tailgating, false representation to baiting, we employ common tactics used to access, uncover, and compromise your valuable data and assets. You choose the method—we launch the attack.
Pinpoint vulnerable spots in your environmentEach social engineering program measures your organization’s ability to detect, respond to, and mitigate an attack.
We design a unique defense program for your organizationOur dedicated team works to identify your unique needs, including on-premises or off-premises campaigns, or both.
Strenthen your defenses against an attackWe test your organization's engagement with our malicious efforts to determine areas of risk and help you boost measures to defend your network.
Get follow-on supportWe deliver micro-training support to your team so they can continue the training efforts within your organization.
Detect Your Risks of an Attack
Our social engineering engagements identify your organization's areas of weakness in a controlled environment—without the actual consequences of a data breach. Test, train, and secure your employees' interactions with common social engineering tactics to prevent an actual attack.
Top Social Engineering FAQs
The Human Element in Security
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