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People Hacking: Security Awareness Training to prevent industrial espionage, competitive intelligence and corporate sabotage
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About People Hacking

People Hacking Security Awareness Training was founded in 1993 by Eric Haddix and after the 9/11 terrorist attacks he realized in horror that the terrorists had exploited the same techniques that were widely known in the underground and decided that something had to be done to stop this. Let's be brutally truthful here, everyone who works here at People Hacking knows these social engineering techniques and many more because they have needed to know something that no one would just tell them. Eric has picked up skills from others and from skills he has developed from his interest in human psychology, fake psychic scams and from being a magician, he's created and used new skills that others have yet to dream up. So he's not only learned existing techniques, he can innovate. This is not only desirable, it is necessary since the world is almost always catching up with the criminals.

What Makes Us Different from the others

I've checked out most of the other security awareness training services available and I have found several problems. Their training programs are rarely customized for your particular circumstances which means that they will close several holes but they won't be intimately familiar with your business and its internal structure; this is a huge problem because the people hacker isn't going to stop with what these trainers try to fit in their predetermined molds. This might be important to you if you're simply worried about the cost of the training but just stop and ask yourself if you're more concerned with pricing or with protecting your information. Most of these training programs are little more than a newsletter and maybe a web based manual of some sort. That would be good if you could trust that everything contained in them was fully understood by your employees and up to date for the technology but few have any form of test or feedback to be certain that there was any comprehension and even fewer will re-evaluate at a later date and sometimes what is taught is so outdated that it is last year's news.

Our training lasts a little longer than most because we thoroughly evaluate your business and all of its weaknesses, much in the same way an industrial spy would. Then we draw up a map of how your company is structured and how the security faults are most likely to be exploited. We take that map and compartmentalize the different departments of your company and create a custom training session for each. This means that your sales team won't be bored senseless with training meant for your IT people and your R&D department won't have to listen to a seminar targeted toward accounts receivable. Hence significantly more comprehension by your employees.

Our Mission

Our goal is to raise awareness of and prevent social engineering attacks. These attacks are truly "hacking people" as they delve into psychological trickery to prey on the victims that will tell them what they want to know given the right set of circumstances. Industrial espionage and identity theft are even more abundant than salt these days and very few people know how to stop people hacking because it doesn't involve simply updating their firewall. We evaluate, train, and re-evaluate to ensure success in preventing these attacks.

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We design training seminars that help you prevent the leaking of confidential information. An exposure of confidential data from your company can be prevented when your employees know what to look for. From the ground up we create an environment that automatically reinforces itself in protecting vital records by making the employees roleplay situations they had during the evaluation phase and many other situations that they might encounter.

We also do consultation for surveillance, counter surveillance, asset protection and loss prevention via employee theft or shoplifting, wire fraud, or many other faces of theft and fraud prevention.





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