As tech advances, it becomes harder for criminals to exploit technical vulnerabilities in your system—so they target your people instead. Do your employees know how to identify and repel these attacks? FSA conducts social engineering to evaluate your organization’s defenses.
Common Types of Social Engineering
An FSA representative will come to your branch or office and attempt to gain access to a secure location or network.
We send emails to your staff with simulated malware or fake log-in pages to try to compromise a user account.
FSA will call your staff, posing as IT support, and try to gain access to their accounts.