In this podcast Melissa Cooper, Communications Manager at LifeRaft, meets with Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) to discuss how simple social engineering techniques can expose businesses to big risks.

Greg Veinott, NSBI, and Melissa chat about simple techniques people use to trick you into giving them your passwords, and how corporations can be exposed by social media and other digital sources.

We wrote about some classic movies examples of common social engineering tactics in our resources, check them out to brush up on the latest techniques (or just some of the best movies to go watch)!



Social Engineering as Explained with Movies
The more you know about social engineering tactics, the better you can protect yourself, your personal information, and your company’s security. We broke down some common examples of social engineering with some of our favourite movies.

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