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Season 1, Episode 7

February 9th, 2021

Hacking humans is easy. Hacking software is not. And that’s why hacking humans is still the easiest way to hack into organizations today and why social engineering type attacks are continually rising.

But how do hackers hack humans? Tim Sadler speaks to Craig Hays, an ethical hacker, to find out . They discuss how attackers select their targets, leverage publicly available information online and craft successful social engineering scams to hack people and their organizations.

Their conversation centers on a recent report from Tessian titled How to Hack a Human – a report in which Craig, along with other ethical hackers within the HackerOne community, contributed to. It’s a must-read for any employee, IT or business leader looking to understand social engineering in more detail. You can find the full report on Tessian website or click here.

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