Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering

$49.99 $29.00

Dive into the field of Cyber Security with this Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering training course. Start with an introduction to social engineering, and then move on to topics such as PayPal phishing and the Browser Exploitation Framework. By the time you've completed this course, you will know all about cyber attacks, security for both HR and personnel, and so much more.

Length: 1 hr

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With this Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering training course, you will learn all about the techniques used and defenses available in the field of cyber security.

This course is for both beginners and IT pros looking to get certified and land an entry level Cyber Security position paying upwards of six figures! There are currently over a million Cyber Security job openings globally, and demand is greatly outpacing supply – which means more opportunity, job security, and higher pay for you!

What is Social Engineering?

‘Social engineering’ covers a wide range of malicious activities accomplished through human interactions. Typically these malicious activities involve tricking users into making security mistakes or giving away sensitive information. Social engineering is recognized as one of the greatest security threats facing organizations today. Learn how to recognize and avoid social engineering attacks in this Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering training course.

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1. Social Engineering
 Introduction (8:49)
 Paypal Phishing (2:25)
 Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) (3:14)
 Rubber Ducky (3:34)
 Cyber Attacks (17:16)
 HR and Personnel Security (10:12)

Chad Russell has been in the CyberSecurity industry for over 15 years. He has taught Microsoft Engineering courses as a Certified trainer, managed teams of security engineers and analysts for an internet banking provider, and has been an information security consultant working for companies including SAP, Microsoft and Oracle.

He leads and conducts ‘Security Risk Assessments’ for customers throughout North America with an emphasis on cloud security, identity governance, network security, social engineering, mobile security, breach assessments, database security, and access management.

Over the past 15 years he has held numerous certifications including CISSP, CCNP, MCSE and MCDBA certifications, and has a B.S. in Computer Science from Excelsior College.

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