There are a number of ways in which cybercriminals can compromise your network, but many companies don’t realize that the biggest weakness may be their own employees.
Through a tactic known as social engineering, attackers use psychological manipulation to trick employees into willingly handing over sensitive information. The social engineering techniques used by attackers range from phishing to pretexting and baiting and can occur online, over the phone or even in-person.
With social engineering weaknesses alone putting 90% of organizations at risk, the need to change employee behavior and build a culture of security consciousness is paramount.
At BAI Security, we help organizations identify vulnerabilities and ensure compliance through evaluations using real-world social engineering tactics. Whether your organization needs a single evaluation or periodic testing, BAI draws on dozens of scenarios used in actual social engineering breach activity to assess your security environment and help you build a culture of security consciousness.
Along with our standard Social Engineering Evaluation, BAI Security offers several Enhancement Options:
- In-Person or Over the Phone Security Audits
- End Point Compromise
- USB Flash Drive Drop
- Black Box Placement
- Multiple Scenarios
For a quote or to learn more about our Social Engineering Evaluations, fill out the form to your right.
What Our Clients Say
BAI Security has been our security consultant since 2004. They have worked with our company to ensure we are compliant and secure in areas of our network infrastructure, vulnerability management, best practices and social engineering. The BAI Security team has been professional, interactive with our teams and positively impacting to our growth. We highly recommend them.
– Executive VP, IT Services Company
BAI is a very valuable resource, they have exceptional skills in security, and not only have I used their resources, but I have recommended him to many of my associates. They have a wonderful way of taking care of their clients, as well as communicating with people on a personal level.
– President, Community Bank