The urgency for effective user privacy-education to counter social engineering attacks on secure computer systems

@inproceedings{Orgill2004TheUF,
  title={The urgency for effective user privacy-education to counter social engineering attacks on secure computer systems},
  author={Gregory L. Orgill and Gordon W. Romney and Michael G. Bailey and Paul M. Orgill},
  booktitle={CITC5 '04},
  year={2004}
}
Trusted people can fail to be trustworthy when it comes to protecting their aperture of access to secure computer systems due to inadequate education, negligence, and various social pressures. People are often the weakest link in an otherwise secure computer system and, consequently, are targeted for social engineering attacks. Social Engineering is a technique used by hackers or other attackers to gain access to information technology systems by getting the needed information (for example, a… 
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