Learn to identify the social engineer by non-verbal behavior.
Unmasking the Social Engineer: The Human Element of Security focuses on combining the science of understanding non-verbal communications with the knowledge of how social engineers, scam artists, and con men use these skills to build feelings of trust and rapport in their targets. The author helps listeners understand how to identify and detect social engineers and scammers by analyzing their non-verbal behavior. Unmasking the Social Engineer shows how attacks work, explains nonverbal communications, and demonstrates with visuals the connection of non-verbal behavior to social engineering and scamming.
Sharing proven scientific methodology for reading, understanding, and deciphering non-verbal communications, Unmasking the Social Engineer arms listeners with the knowledge needed to help protect their organizations.
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I loved the topic. It is an abridged version of Dr. Paul Ekman's work with a practical twist. I listened to the audible and them purchased the book. There are several images that they refer to in the text. Ideally it would help to have a PDF of the images handy when listening.
Frequent references to figures render a book useless on audio
Frequent references to figures. I had no idea what was being discussed
Not really. The preface lasted forever and once it finally got into the subject matter there were constant references to figures and there was no way to infer from context what specifically was being referenced.
Don't buy this audio book. It is probably fine in a print edition.
It is a fine line between doing something for someone and doing something for yourself. This book shows how you can advance yourself and get what you want or help people who have not yet realised they are experiencing something. A fine balance will make the best of both worlds. Compassion for others is started first with understanding. This book helps people to understand others.
Very great book. Definitely worth the read. You should get the physical copy to follow along with the figure references however a lot of information given even without being able to see the pictures.
Hadnagy reads off tables, figures, and pictures which you cannot see. And he recites in-text citations word for word. Very frustrating, and some content is useless without that data, not even being described.
For content, as someone who is experienced with Ekman's work, Hadnagy gives a fine, basic overview. This is a good book for beginners, with no training or little knowledge of Paul Ekman's work or microexpressions.
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