Social Engineering

Social engineering is a method of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential and/or proprietary information. CampusGuard's social engineering program encompasses both on-premises and off-premises services depending on your needs.

 

The Phishing campaigns will be coordinated and arranged in a way that is timely to current events within your organization or within the public eye. A micro-training component is available to train individuals if you would like this follow-on step. A full demo of our off-premises campaigns is available upon request.

ON-PREMISES:
 

During an on-premises campaign, members of the CampusGuard Team will determine what information and assets they can access, uncover and/or compromise. Some of the techniques they will use employ, but are not limited to, include the following:

  • Tailgating

  • False Representation

  • USB Drops

  • Quid-Pro-Quo

  • Physical Password Discovery

OFF-PREMISES:

During an off-premises social engineering campaign, members of the CampusGuard team will attempt to compromise your users environment using a variety of phishing techniques, including but not limited to, the following:

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4740 North Cumberland Avenue, Suite 365

Chicago, Illinois 60656

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Fax: 847.696.0564

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