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Take time to think before you click

18 July 2022

Mercy Chitsike |

We live in an everchanging world of technology. With the surge in internet usage, users are most vulnerable to social engineering attacks. These attacks rely heavily on human interaction and often involve manipulating people into breaking normal security procedures and best practices to gain unauthorized access to systems, networks, or physical locations. The reasons for these attacks are for obtaining private information such as trade secrets for personal or financial gain, for sabotage and for corporate espionage.