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Social engineering is the art of manipulating people so they give confidential information. The types of information on these criminals can vary, but when individuals are targeted, criminals usually ignore you by giving them passwords or bank information, or to secretly install malicious software Access the computer - which will give them access to your password and bank information as well as give them control over their computer Right. Integrating national economies with the global market, and enabling citizens or "netizens" to access more and more e-services. Safety of critical infrastructure operations has emerged as a major challenge. The reason for this is that billions of dollars go through the network every day, encompassing a wide range of activities including e-commerce, e-governance, travel, hospitality, health care, and general communications. Electricity distribution, water distribution and many other utility services are based on ICT infrastructure. The defense sector relies heavily on electronic systems.

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Kandukuri, S., & Srikanth, G. (2020). A Research Paper on Social Engineering and Growing Challenges in Cyber Security. Think India Journal, 22(41), 11-17. Retrieved from https://thinkindiaquarterly.org/index.php/think-india/article/view/19252