During the past year working as a social engineer, I heard several of my colleagues talk about their experiences when they attended the Advanced Practical Social Engineering class or APSE. The anticipation contributed to the excitement when it came time for me to attend this class. APSE is normally a live training course in a physical location, with face-to-face interaction between instructors and attendees. This year, however, it was a virtual training course. At first, I was a little disappointed that I wasn’t attending the live class like the rest of my colleagues and felt I would be missing out on the “real” experience. Fortunately, that was not the case at all! I learned so many fascinating things, I could write for days. In this newsletter, I’m highlighting only a few key points of this course.
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