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Briskinfosec - Your Perfect Cybersecurity Partner
Social engineering security is of extreme prominence and its potentiality should be accentuated really well. Our social engineering services will test your employees, through which you can ensure that each member of the organization is protected against this devious attack vector.
Humans are often the weakest link in the Cybersecurity chain, with even the strongest technical controls becoming fragile by a compromised employee. By genuinely educating your staff, you can strengthen this link to its pinnacle, thus glorifying your overall organisation's security! Briskinfosec facilitates a wide range of social engineering assessments for securing your organizations against human-driven attacks.
Briskinfosec's Social Engineering Framework consists of four categories: Identifying, Collection, Analysis and Documentation. This framework should be implemented yearly, in order for clients to see if they are improving or whether they need to take further actions for betterment.
Identifying information is deemed to be of utmost value and also the main focus of OSINT phase. These items are typically sensitive or proprietary to company operations.
Gathering bulk information based on input from the identification phase by utilizing only free, open-source channels. The collection phase utilizes both automated and manual discovery processes.
All collected information is manually inspected in detail for possible disclosure of sensitive information requested during the identification phase.
Once information is found and analyzed, every finding is documented in a prioritized list. Briskinfosec includes this list along with recommendations in the final report.
Phishing: Click and Log - Deploys a distinct simulated phishing email (“Phish Test”) to a significant population of your employees to test, whether they click on malicious links that they shouldn’t. It is a single test that attempts to trick as many employees as possible. Eg: Just like a viper with fascinating and ravishing outlooks!
Phishing: Endpoint Attack - Tests user security awareness by manipulating individuals in your organization to perform malicious actions or provide sensitive information over email. The content used in these scenarios ranges from generic, spam-like messages to client-specific emails which has its inception from internal users, third-party service providers, or from clients.
Phishing: Phone - The telephone equivalent of phishing is an attempt to verbally manoeuvre your employees for procuring confidential data’s like passwords, and executing malicious software to get access of the system without your employee's knowledge.