Recent Examples of social engineering from the Web
But more than half claimed to be social engineering experts as well, and about 40 percent claimed expertise in source code analysis and Android application testing.
The aim should have been a revenue system that stops subordinating economic efficiency to social engineering and rent-seeking, thereby maximizing the probability of economic growth sufficient to fund the entitlement state.
Once hooked, consumers are robbed of choice, milked for profit, deprived of privacy and made the subjects of stealth social engineering experiments.
For all of Elghanayan’s attempts at social engineering, Long Island City likely won’t have much retail until there are more people working there, more businesses.
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SOCIAL ENGINEERING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of social engineering for English Language Learners
: the practice of making laws or using other methods to influence public opinion and solve social problems or improve social conditions
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