Upskilling Training

Social Engineering: Attack and Defence Methods

Social engineering is a deceptive tactic used by malicious actors to manipulate individuals into divulging sensitive information, granting unauthorized access, or performing actions that compromise security.

The "Social Engineering: Attack and Defence Methods" training is a specialized program designed to educate individuals and organizations about the techniques and strategies involved in social engineering attacks and how to implement effective defence measures to protect against such threats. This training provides insights into the psychology behind social engineering and the various tactics employed by attackers, including phishing, pretexting, baiting, and tailgating.


Duration 2 days

Participants will able to learn

Participants will become familiar with social engineering attacks, which are quite common and may lead to the loss of confidential information or even the reputation of an institution.

Who Should Attend?

  • All information system users, especially the system administrators

Course Syllabus

“Social engineering” concept

Attack techniques

Examples of social engineering attacks

Social engineering tests

Prevention methods

Several social engineering applications