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Two articles focused on the DOGANA framework, available on Medium

Written by Enrico Frumento and Roberto Puricelli - CEFRIEL


Two articles, available on Medium, focuses on Phishing and Social Engineering newest trends and on the DOGANA solutions:
- Social Engineering: an IT Security problem doomed to get worse, Enrico Frumento, July 10th, 2018
- Is context really relevant in phishing attacks?, Roberto Puricelli, July 9th, 2018

Recently NIST published a report highlighting that “employees are more likely to click on links and attachments when the premise of the email matches their work responsibilities”. Therefore, according to NIST, context is a critical factor in discriminating why users wither click or don’t click on a phishing email.

At Cefriel we have worked extensively on the Social Engineering threat and the Human Factor vulnerabilities and we obtained insights that actually show the opposite, or at least that “context” is one of the enablers, but not the main one....

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Have you ever received a smishing attempt (fake SMS)?

Written by Petra Xotta - DBI

Have you ever received a smishing attempt (fake SMS)?
This short video is the last of a series created and promoted by DOGANA and DBI with the aim of raising awareness on Social Engineering, Phishing, Smishing and USB Malware.
The video is available in the rest of the article.

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Have you ever found a potential malware USB?

Written by Petra Xotta - DBI

Have you ever found a potential malware USB?
This short video is the third of a series created and promoted by DOGANA and DBI with the aim of raising awareness on Social Engineering, Phishing, Smishing and USB Malware. Don't miss the next one.
The video is available in the rest of the article.

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Have you ever received a potential phishing email?

Written by Petra Xotta - DBI

Have you ever received a potential phishing email?
This short video is the second of a series created and promoted by DOGANA and DBI with the aim of raising awareness on Social Engineering, Phishing, Smishing and USB Malware. Don't miss the next ones.
The video is available in the rest of the article.

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Can you spot a Social Engineer if you see one?

Written by Petra Xotta - DBI

Can you spot a Social Engineer if you see one?
This short video is the first of a series created and promoted by DOGANA and DBI with the aim of raising awareness on Social Engineering, Phishing, Smishing and USB Malware. Don't miss the next ones.
The video is available in the rest of the article.

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Four articles describing the DOGANA framework on the Italian web magazine Forum PA

Written by Enrico Frumento - CEFRIEL, Matteo Mauri - CNIT


Four articles in Italian language, published on Forum PA, an Italian web magazine dedicated to Public Administration, described DOGANA and presented the project's details:
- Le PA vittime ideali degli attacchi social engineering: per le lacune di cultura informatica
- Cefriel: "PA vittime ideali di ingegneria sociale, un framework per difenderle"
- Social engineering, lo strumento Cefriel che ci dice quanto è vulnerabile la PA
- Contro il Social engineering, ecco le proposte del progetto europeo Dogana

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"Caution - Social Engineering": DOGANA project on financial newspaper "The Marker"

Written by Nathan Weiss, IAI ELTA Systems


An article published on April 20, 2016 in the Cyber Supplement of one of the leading Israeli financial newspapers "The Marker", distributed by one of Israel's leading newspapers "Haaretz", described DOGANA. Abstract in English: "In response to the notion that Social Engineering is the "Soft Belly" of Cyber Security, the EU is funding a research consortium whose goal is to develop methods and tools for protection against attacks based on social engineering. IAI is a partner in this consortium along with other companies, academic institutions and end users. The goal: minimizing cyber risks resulting from social engineering".

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