How Hackers Infect Résumés to Target HR Data

Written by Ignyte Team

August 14, 2018

Defend against Malicious Attack

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) wrote on the topic of hackers who send malicious emails that are a cross between phishing and social engineering techniques. They do this to have someone click on the false link, which opens up their computer to the hackers. In doing so, the hackers are able to dive onto an online and place a malicious résumé on a job-posting forum so that when any HR selects the résumé to review the potential candidate, they’re actually opening themselves up to a cyberattack without realizing it.

Max Aulakh contributed his expertise to analyzing this topic and provided a recommendation to defend against this type of attack. Read more here to learn more.

 

Max Aulakh — Contributor for CX Network Report

Max Aulakh — Contributor for CX Network Report

Max Aulakh contributed his expertise to a CX Network report, which discusses data security and how it pertains to customers. The report also busts five GDPR myths — read here to find out more.

From Battlefield to Boardroom

From Battlefield to Boardroom

In Homeland Security dedicated an article to President of Ignyte Assurance Platform, Max Aulakh. Click here to find the link to the article discussing Aulakh’s past in the U.S military and his educational background, which shows his Yoda-like knowledge in the cybersecurity field.