You can think of social engineering as the art of deception. The attacker will try to get you to give them something they want without realizing what's happening—it could be your username, password, credit card number, or even your identity.
Cyber reputation risk from disinformation is growing globally. Disinformation is a type of misinformation that is spread deliberately to deceive, mislead, or confuse.
Cyber Reputation is becoming a more important element of employment, career success, social promotion and personal relationships. Fundamentally the question we all need to ask is simple. Is the cyber reputation reality that people are experiencing accurate?
Disinformation is a word that gets thrown around a lot, but in the context of cybersecurity and online reputation management, it's also an increasingly important issue. Disinformation refers to false information intended to deceive and manipulate people with the goal of subverting democracy.
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5 Key Cyber Security trends of 2020 by Digijaks CEO Alan W. Silberberg 2020 is going to be lit, at least in the cyber world. We are not talking about the fireworks from New Year's Eve celebrations. Nor are we talking about the circus in Washington, DC, or any other world capitol. One day snapshot … Continue reading 5 Key #CyberSecurity Trends for 2020
The world is seeing an ongoing multi-faceted cyber attack(s) (social engineering) that uses weaponized fake media, digital false flags and other digitally obfuscated materials. These attacks stem from nation states, paid hacker cartels and mercenary hackers globally.