Test Your Human Firewall
At TraceSecurity, we leverage over 14 years of experience to test your organization's human element - the weakest point of most companies - in the most practical way. Using ethical hacking methods, we'll try to penetrate your organization through your employees using Remote or Onsite Social Engineering, or both.
Our social engineering engagements can be managed through our software, TraceCSO, to keep up with any exposed vulnerabilities and get reports - all in one place
Remote vs. Onsite
Remote Social Engineering
Our Remote Social Engineering engagements involve TracePhishing, TraceVishing, or both. TracePhishing is our email phishing service that includes education courses through TraceEDU. TraceVishing is our phone call voice phishing, or "vishing," service. These are both tried and true methods that hackers use one a daily basis.
Onsite Social Engineering
How good is your company gatekeeper? Would your employees recognize a rogue person in their work environment? With our Onsite Social Engineering service, one of our analysts will go to your physical location and see if they can walk right through the front door. Once inside, they'll try to access restricted areas and any sensitive company information they can get their hands on.
A Comprehensive Phishing Tool
Using our TracePhishing platform will provide you with the confidence that you are doing everything at your disposal to test and educate your employees around the issues of phishing.Learn More
Social Engineering Resources
Social Engineering 101
While preventing the problem may not be as easy as patching a firewall, there are steps organizations can take to educate their employees and prevent social engineering attacks
Strengthening Your Human Firewall
Join us as we discuss how to help make your people more aware of threats, and create a program that keeps employees continuously learning.
6 Deadly Sins of Data Security
Despite all the funds you may have spent on state-of-the-art security software, the bad guys are just one gullible user click away from staging an all-out invasion
Intro to Social Engineering
Security Services Manager, Nathan Turner, discusses the ins and outs of social engineering and what you can do to protect your company