Social engineering penetration tests | All for One Poland

Test of resistance to social engineering attacks

Checking if the company is resistant to hacker attacks

The test involves checking the level of awareness of employees and resistance to certain methods of social engineering attacks using typical channels (e-mail, telephone, instant messaging).

Sample scenarios:

  • Phishing attack – sending prepared messages by e-mail or by means of messengers containing links to fake websites that intercept login data or to malware
  • Attempting to obtain sensitive information through telephone conversations or other unconventional communication channels
  • Breaking the security of the e-mail server in order to impersonate another user

Execution method:

  • A remote test according to a selected scenario
  • A work report in Polish


  • Reliable and objective information on the current state of employees’ awareness of the company’s IT security
  • A ready set of recommendations for eliminating threats together with a recommendation for implementation
  • Effective spending of budgetary funds by directing investments to areas that really require improvement and reducing security management costs through effective, proactive identification and assessment of threats
  • Enhancing the accuracy of business decisions through a precise understanding of the organization’s security status
  • Minimizing the risk of reputational damage caused by information leaks and potential legal consequences
  • Additional information:
  • The activities carried out will be documented with a list of compromised credentials and systems

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