In today's episode the CSIAC takes the most important articles in a past CS Digest and discusses the articles' importance in the world of technology and cyber security.
Topic: Social Engineering
Social engineering is the psychological manipulation of a person to gain information or perform some action. Don't be fooled! Watch an example of Social Engineering in this related video: Social Engineering - A Short Story
The hosting provider OVH continues to face massive DDoS attacks launched by a botnet composed at least of 150000 IoT devices.
A short story on social engineering and techniques used by social engineers.
In cybersecurity, social engineering is the term used to define cyber criminals and rogue nation states that employ schemes designed to trick unsuspecting users into divulging proprietary information and corporate data. Social engineering tactics present unique challenges to organizations and individuals alike. The digital world provides a wide threat
The recently launched Total Electronic Migration System (TEMS) represents a long-term approach to providing access to electronic documents. The implementation of TEMS allows DTIC's eleven IACs to store, search, retrieve, and use Scientific and Technical Information (STI) to carry out their missions. Also inside: - Social Engineering-The Mother of All