Social Engineering On-The-Fly





The world is filled with good guys and bad guys, and the latter are always searching for new ways to break down your digital walls and steal your sensitive information. One of the most popular methods they use is vishing, cleverly talking you into revealing private data over the phone. In a typical vishing call, the social engineer will pretend to be someone you know and trust, lulling you into a false sense of security and, hopefully for them, walking away with all the credentials they need to steal your money, identity, and more. In this course, you’ll learn how to beat vishers at their own game, making sure the only thing they walk away with is disappointment.

Once you’ve completed our Vishing module, you will know how to:

  • Assess the risks of vishing calls
  • Explain the intentions of vishing and vishers
  • Know when a phone call sounds “vishy”, and what to do about it
  • Plan, and implement if needed, the right response to a vishing call
  • Understand the dangers vishing presents, and how to avoid these at home and work
  • Identify scam callers in their tracks and make sure you don’t fall victim to their trickery

Don’t let cybercriminals and social engineers let you feel like a fish out of water. Be the king, or queen, of the ocean, with the vishing knowledge you need to weed out scammers and walk away with your sensitive data safe. Start the course now.

For eLearning to be effective, it needs to be engaging (and fun). That’s why we take learners on an exciting learning journey, with additional resources they can turn to for support anytime. With interactive segments and stimulating videos throughout, Knowledge Lab makes cybersecurity education fun for all. All Knowledge Lab courses are WCAG AA compliant too.

Once your employees have completed their course, they will receive a certificate of recognition to use for potential incentives in your business.

Pricing and Licensing

One license is valid for a year from the date of purchase. Please see full terms & conditions.