Everything you need to know about social engineering attacks

Typically, we might assume that when a cybercriminal wants to take over a computer the first thing they’ll do is look for a software vulnerability on someone’s device. So, keeping your software up-to-date and having a powerful antivirus that protects your digital devices from viruses or malicious software is probably enough, right? Unfortunately, not. There is another kind of cyberthreat on the rise that no firewall or virus protection can block: social engineering.    Social engineers have learned

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