We exploit human vulnerabilities to launch an attack on the company and provide evidence of critical people-related issues using phishing, impersonation, baiting, tailgating and piggybacking techniques.
Malware that targets users by exploiting reckless behavior or lack of awareness is referred to as social engineering. Examples of such attack techniques are phishing, baiting, impersonation, typosquatting, etc.
IMQ Intuity simulates social engineering attacks that exploit human vulnerabilities to measure the internal level of security awareness in order to subsequently tailor a training program to the actual needs of the company.
IMQ Intuity’s training services improve awareness of cybersecurity risks within the company, helping employees recognize the most used attack techniques and keep alert in the day to day use of work tools.
IMQ Intuity offers classroom training sessions with its experts as well as e-learning training. The program and topics can be decided on the basis of a preliminary assessment activity that determines the level of internal awareness.