Uber, Rockstar fell for this attack. Will you?

Social engineering, phishing, vishing, people hacking – these result in 70 – 90% of cyber attacks.

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Social engineering (SE) is defined as any act that uses persuasion strategies to influence individuals to take an action that may or may not be in their best interests. Cyberadversaries are increasingly using SE in their attacks to develop trust relationships with potential targets and then deceive them into revealing sensitive information (passwords), obtain unauthorized access (to restricted areas, servers, etc.), or commit fraud (via phishing or spreading disinformation). Source: Temple University.

We need a way to better train people about these attacks. Dr Aunshul Rege has created Capture The Flags (CTFs), University and Educator programs to better teach this to organizations and students.

// MENU //
00:00 – Social Engineering is important
00:45 – Intro
00:50 – Dr. Aunshul Rege introduction and background
02:27 – People are The Weakest Link
04:50 – Aunshul\’s path to Social Engineering & educating.
11:00 – Changing ways social engineering is taught
19:28 – Starting Social Engineering CTFs
22:58 – Investing in Social Engineering events
30:45 – Unethical phishing
32:40 – Making Social Engineering training fun
38:24 – Combining skills in Social Engineering
42:35 – Opportunities in Social Engineering
49:00 – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
55:37 – Teaching to be ethical
01:00:13 – How to get involved or sponsor
01:08:51 – Social Engineering CTFs in the future
01:14:54 – Conclusion

// Temple University //
Resources to get started: https://sites.temple.edu/care/resources/
Social engineering: https://sites.temple.edu/care/social-engineering/
CARE Lab: https://sites.temple.edu/care/
Educator Workshops:https://sites.temple.edu/care/educator-workshop/

// Defcon //
Social engineering community: https://www.se.community/
Cool photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/secommunity

// Dr Rege //
Twitter: https://twitter.com/prof_rege
Website: http://dr-rege.com/
Temple: https://liberalarts.temple.edu/academics/faculty/rege-aunshul
Defon 26: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp5FxnuFg7g&t=0s

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