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Social engineering
Old school It's all about the money <ul><li>Hustling
Scams
Example </li></ul>
Psychology of scams “cognitive and motivational processes” <ul><li>trust and authority
visceral  triggers </li><ul><li>human desires and needs
greed, fear, avoidance of physical pain, or the desire to be liked </li></ul></ul>Go here for full story
Inducing judgement errors <ul><li>Scarcity cues </li><ul><li>Unique opportunity </li></ul><li>Induction of behavioural com...
Lack of emotional control </li><ul><li>A psychological trait of victims  </li></ul></ul>
Examples Who needs spam, when we have this link http://www.urbanmillionaires.com/ Question: <ul><li>Is it true? Is it trus...
Puts words on it from the previous slides. </li><ul><li>Still think it is trust worthy? </li></ul></ul>
Examples Emotional distress steal a womans hand bag Question: <ul><li>Is this possible?
Is she gullible? </li></ul>
Still old school <ul><li>Gaining access to places you are not allowed </li><ul><li>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOEWd_M5...
Relation to security <ul><li>No security with physical access
Why go through the firewall, if you may walk past? </li></ul>
People on the move Steal the laptop (covertly) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb3ZiTJkCaA&feature=related
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  1. 1. Social engineering
  2. 2. Old school It's all about the money <ul><li>Hustling
  3. 3. Scams
  4. 4. Example </li></ul>
  5. 5. Psychology of scams “cognitive and motivational processes” <ul><li>trust and authority
  6. 6. visceral triggers </li><ul><li>human desires and needs
  7. 7. greed, fear, avoidance of physical pain, or the desire to be liked </li></ul></ul>Go here for full story
  8. 8. Inducing judgement errors <ul><li>Scarcity cues </li><ul><li>Unique opportunity </li></ul><li>Induction of behavioural commitment </li><ul><li>Start small and get them rolling </li></ul><li>Extreme cost/benefit
  9. 9. Lack of emotional control </li><ul><li>A psychological trait of victims </li></ul></ul>
  10. 10. Examples Who needs spam, when we have this link http://www.urbanmillionaires.com/ Question: <ul><li>Is it true? Is it trustworthy?
  11. 11. Puts words on it from the previous slides. </li><ul><li>Still think it is trust worthy? </li></ul></ul>
  12. 12. Examples Emotional distress steal a womans hand bag Question: <ul><li>Is this possible?
  13. 13. Is she gullible? </li></ul>
  14. 14. Still old school <ul><li>Gaining access to places you are not allowed </li><ul><li>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOEWd_M5m44 </li></ul><li>The secret: </li><ul><li>Look as if you belong. </li></ul></ul>
  15. 15. Relation to security <ul><li>No security with physical access
  16. 16. Why go through the firewall, if you may walk past? </li></ul>
  17. 17. People on the move Steal the laptop (covertly) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb3ZiTJkCaA&feature=related
  18. 18. People on the move Use their telephones against them <ul><li>for profit
  19. 19. reading the calendar, mails, SMS
  20. 20. As a bug </li></ul>
  21. 21. People on the move Wifi design vulnerabilities for profit Is this possible?
  22. 22. People on the move <ul><li>Mobile IT </li><ul><li>A security nightmare
  23. 23. Too many variables </li></ul></ul>Is this ok to use? Could it be fake?
  24. 24. People at the office <ul><li>Make them tell you their passwords. </li><ul><li>Teachers recurring story – this time with an external reference....
  25. 25. from the BBC </li></ul></ul>Question: <ul><li>Is this realistic? In Denmark? </li></ul>
  26. 26. People at the office Listen in on their keyboards please type something secret. Question <ul><li>Is this realistic?
  27. 27. Why is this more difficult than it seems? What has been left out? </li></ul>
  28. 28. People at the office <ul><li>Spam </li><ul><li>Check your mailbox </li></ul></ul>
  29. 29. People at the office <ul><li>Receptionists are a crucial part of security
  30. 30. Educate people </li><ul><li>Like this? </li></ul></ul>
  31. 31. Closing word Which on to use? Technical vs. social Answer: Both To read more, see this
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