AnA’s social engineering services allow you to accurately assess the ability of your systems and personnel to detect and respond to email phishing attacks.
In an organization users are the biggest risk in cyber security domain. We can make the systems well protected with the latest technology, but if the users are not well aware of security then it easily way for hackers to compromise the systems.
Our specialist team conducts on-site and remote social engineering test to manipulate users to give away the critical information which can then be compromised. This is not just limited to phishing as we take social engineering to the next level and include physical, social engineering, phone, fax, post and USB dead drops. This process allows testing your Information Security Policy and how employees respond.
AnA Security Solution provides real world experience of what would happen if this attack ever happens. Gain precise insight into the potential risks through customised assessments created for your organisation.The AnA Incident Response team is ready for when the worst happens with our Incident Response service.
Our Process May Include
Typically on-site, the AnA team assume the role of a visiting Executive, telco, or IT repair service etc to gain access to sensitive areas without authorisation. This may include general work areas, sever rooms and/or mail rooms. The goal is to gain access and then further leverage this access through the organisation.
Either over the phone, via email or other forms of communication, AnA will assume the role of a trusted authority such as the internal IT team. This personal will then be utilised to convince users to provide sensitive information such as access to systems through revealing legitimate passwords.
Unsurprisingly, a considerable amount of sensitive information is disposed of in an insecure manner. The AnA team will attempt to retrieve sensitive information without general waste that may be able to be leveraged to gain further access to your organisation.
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