Creating a Code of Ethics for Social Engineering in Cybersecurity: A Case Study
Keywords:Social Engineering, Penetration Testing, Code of Ethics, Spyware
The world of cybersecurity is fast growing and has the need of more competent social engineers who can train staff and improve training further in the industry. They can engage with people if they were to either get information out of them or to educate them on their own. They can then further educate their workplace’s cybersecurity posture towards social engineering attacks such as phishing, raising awareness about spyware, and teaching new personnel about the importance of upholding a professional standard while out on client engagements.