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Deep Fake: Setting the Stage for Next-Gen Social Engineering
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RichardM23501
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RichardM23501,
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9/1/2020 | 2:14:28 PM
Social conditioning
Thankfully, a generation of users are already familiar with the maniplulations of deep fakery. The tips are valid too.
davidbenson
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8/30/2020 | 6:52:35 PM
Featuring your post
Mr. Mendoza,

Excellent post. It will be featured in tomorrow's OSIRIS Brief (https://osiris.substack.com/) as a noteworthy contribution to cyberstrategy published this week. I especially appreciated the psychosocial take on how people approach fraud, which seems especially salient to online security, but recieves less attention than technological issues.

David Benson

Editor, OSIRIS Codex


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