Kevin Mitnick – Pretexting - "Fake IT" Password Break-In

In this video module Kevin Mitnick and Rachel Tobac (social engineer and the CEO / Co-founder of SocialProof Security) roleplay a social engineering attack using pretexting. Pretexting is a form of social engineering where the attacker lies to obtain restricted information. Rachel demonstrates and explains how an attacker can gain access to your organization's network by pretending to be a member of the tech support team and asking you to change your password. She also provides tips on having a password that is less likely to be cracked by hackers.  This is part of the Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training brought to you by KnowBe4.

Based on Kevin Mitnick’s 30+ year unique first-hand hacking experience, you now can train employees to better manage the problem of social engineering. Every year the on-demand, interactive training is updated and contains case studies, short comprehension tests, phishing scenarios and drills to spot 22 social engineering Red Flags.



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