March 7, 2021
Social engineering tests
The vast majority of attacks are based on human weakness, recklessness, naivety or, finally, ignorance of personnel at any level.
Our activities, both as part of audits and training courses, include social engineering.
We examine the resistance of organisations and people in various positions to social engineering attacks. Simultaneously, during audits and training, we teach techniques that hackers can use. They can include unfair competition to gain unauthorised access, data theft, theft of equipment and other material resources, hacking into bank accounts, intercepting parcels, economic espionage or other undesirable activities. We teach how to recognise and react to such attacks effectively.
January 31, 2024
As in every other field of business and technological endeavor, artificial intelligence (AI) will have a transformative impact on both attack and defense. Its impact will be felt across every one of the trends in cybersecurity in 2024. The cyber security trends that everybody should be on high alert for as we head into […]
January 2, 2024
We Are NaviRisk and We Wish You Happy Holidays And All The Best In 2024 We look forward to another year of collaboration and shared accomplishments. Our unique competence will also work for you in 2024.
November 20, 2023
Threat actors increasingly target mobile devices to steal people’s credentials, gain access to corporate networks, or simply spy on victims’ activity. To help you maintain your device’s security, the expert recommends following these best practices: Create a strong lock-screen pin or password (at least six digits) and set your phone to lock automatically after 5 […]