Hacking humans: social engineering and the power of influence

On All in the Mind, the psychology of influence and what makes some people more vulnerable to being ‘hacked’ than others. Podcast presented by Sana Qadar and James Bullen⎮29 min listen
Hacking humans: social engineering and the power of influence
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Chris Hadnagy’s job involves breaking into break into banks. But he’s not after money, gold or jewels. He’s searching for weaknesses – in systems, in security, and in people. 

And he doesn’t use weapons or threats of violence to get past guards and into vaults. He uses a smile - and a few tricks from his toolbox of psychology and social engineering techniques.

Chris is the founder and CEO of Social Engineer LLC and lectures about social engineering around the globe.

On All in the Mind this week, the psychology of influence and what makes some people more vulnerable to being ‘hacked’ than others. Learn more in the podcast: Hacking humans: social engineering and the power of influence.

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