With a plethora of digital communications methods available today varying from SMS, chat, email and instant messenger applications, the world now communicates utilising many and varied forms of electronic communications with expectations around ease of access, availability, response times and freedom of speech.
An increasing number of people are migrating from highly public social media networks like Facebook to private micronetworks for their to day-to-day communication. They’re also starting to abandon traditional carried-based SMS and MMS texting for these free (or very cheap) services such as Facebook Messenger, Kik, LINE, WhatsApp (which is owned by Facebook), Snapchat, KakaoTalk, Viber, and WeChat—now boast an astonishing 3 billion combined users across the world. WhatsApp alone has 700 million users, more than double that of Twitter, and handled more than 7 trillion messages last year.
How to secure such a varied communications mechanism with expectations of openness is extremely hard.
We train your employees how to identify malicious attempts to communicate with them and attack your organization. We look at many of the current attack vectors that are used today like phishing, smishing, social engineering, sand social media mechanisms to provide a hands on module targets to minimize the risk to employees and your organization.