A survey on the uptake of Office 365 has found that the prime factor worrying 92% of respondents is ransomware, with 47% saying they had been victims of this scourge.
Social engineering — the art of manipulating someone to do something like open and install malware — is the basis of the majority of ransomware and cyber attacks. After all, you trust emails from your family, local doctor, gym, bank or Facebook friends don’t you?
The term social engineering has come to mean an attack vector – methodology - that relies heavily on using plausible everyday situations to trick people into breaking normal security procedures to install malware or reveal passwords and logins.
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