CNIT 58100-SOC

Social Engineering in Information Technology

Human vulnerability is currently one of the biggest threats to cybersecurity. Social engineering is one of the primary tools used to take advantage of this vulnerability. In this course students will learn about some techniques used in social engineering, the psychology harnessed to carry out social engineering attacks, and learn to identify possible avenues of attack and procedures to prevent and mitigate specific risks.

Prerequisites:  None

Semesters Offered:  To be determined

For more information contact Professor Ida Ngambeki.

Credit Hours: 

Computer and Information Technology

West Lafayette