What is social engineering and how does it effect you? What can you do to fight back against it? What should you avoid when someone tries to manipulate you?
Here is a breakdown of how social engineering works and how you can avoid falling for it, along with some examples of what social engineering looks like.
Read at SecureWorld
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Experts tips and tricks
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While not having to enter your credentials into a website portal every time you log in, might be convenient, but best practice recommends against it. Your stored Browser password could be viewed by an unauthorized user. Instead use a Master Password for each browser or a Password Manager like PasswordBoss
Don't link accounts
Don’t associate your social media accounts with other accounts.
When you create a new account, you might be asked to log in, or connect with your social media account. Best practice recommends against that step. You might allow personal information to be shared between those accounts. Read the End User License Agreement BEFORE you click accept.