|A) Ransomware||B) Phishing|
|C) Both A & B||D) None of the above|
Social engineering is the art of tricking users into performing certain harmful activities or attacks, users must be trained to identify social engineering. Social engineering attacks typically involve some form of psychological manipulation, fooling otherwise unsuspecting users or employees into handing over confidential or sensitive data. Commonly, social engineering involves email or other communication that invokes urgency, fear, or similar emotions in the victim, leading the victim to promptly reveal sensitive information, click a malicious link, or open a malicious file. Because social engineering involves a human element, preventing these attacks can be tricky for enterprises.