Social Engineering Services
Gain helpful communication tactics to improve your security posture with Input Output’s social engineering services.
Improve Your Safeguards
Your company’s technical vulnerabilities are one thing, but human errors are another. Don’t let the words of crafty con artists deceive you into sharing valuable information that gives them control over your systems. Input Output’s cybersecurity social engineering protection services are the perfect tool to keep you protected.
Input Output’s social engineering services help clients enhance their communication skills and resist common cybersecurity scams. Learn how to say no and identify communication mirroring attempts.
Did you know that most social engineering attempts involve phishing emails? Input Output identifies the most common phishing tactics cybercriminals love to use.
Don’t let a bad threat actor gain control over you or your systems. With Input Output as your designated provider, you gain a trusted consultant that’s thorough, personable, and cost-efficient. Tell us about your cybersecurity concerns, and a consultant will contact you shortly.
Have More Questions?
What are some red flags or warning signs that my organization might need social engineering services?
Organizations may benefit from social engineering services if they notice increased security incidents, unauthorized access, data breaches, or if employees are not adequately trained to recognize and respond to potential social engineering attempts.
What are some other common social engineering tactics?
There are many tactics used in social engineering schemes. Some common methods include phishing, pretexting, baiting, quid pro quo, and tailgating.
How often should an organization conduct social engineering services as a part of its cybersecurity strategy?
The frequency of social engineering services depends on various factors, including the organization’s risk profile, industry regulations, and the evolving threat landscape.
Generally, it’s advisable to conduct social engineering assessments regularly, with annual or semi-annual assessments being a common practice. However, organizations may adjust the frequency based on their unique needs and emerging threats.