Social engineering and its impact via the internet
Warren, Matthew and Leitch, Shona 2006, Social engineering and its impact via the internet, in Proceedings of the 4th Australian Information Security Management Conference, Australian Information Security Management, Perth, WA, pp. 184-189.
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Historically social engineering attacks were limited upon a single organisation or single individual at a time. The impact of the Internet and growth of E-Business has allowed social engineering techniques to be applied at a global level. The paper will discuss how new social engineering techniques are being applied and puts forward a conceptual model to allow an understanding of how social engineering attacks are planned and implemented against E-Business activities.
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