[HackerNews] Verify End-Users at the Helpdesk to Prevent Social Engineering Cyber Attack

Although organizations commonly go to great lengths to address security vulnerabilities that may exist within their IT infrastructure, an organization’s helpdesk might pose a bigger threat due to social engineering attacks.
Social engineering is “the art of manipulating people so they give up confidential information,” according to Webroot. There are many different types of social engineering

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