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The Risky Business of Social Influencing
Did you know your cybersecurity risks can grow in step with your business? In fact, a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers found less than half of global companies are prepared for a cybersecurity attack.
NSF International’s lead information security auditors, Tony Giles and Rhia Dancel, are focused on open source intelligence. They have worked throughout the U.S. advancing and building information security awareness and helping companies reduce their cyber risks.
Learn from our team in our cybersecurity video, as they demo a known social influencing technique and provide guidance on how organizations can decrease their risk of social influencing attacks.
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