I don’t go beyond attentive user-side knowledge when it comes to digital security and data protection, but I do know a bit more about human psychology. And humans are often the weakest links when it comes to data protection. That’s why I believe even a beginner course on cyber security should include some psychology. Or, as the guys deep into hacking call it, social engineering. And that’s exactly what Christopher Hadnagy covers very well in Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking.
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Contributors: Lucio Buffalmano from The Power Moves