How this will improve you cybersecurity posture
Social engineering campaigns exploit this ignorance by promising a benefit in exchange for access to sensitive information. For example, a campaign might offer a prize in exchange for completing a survey that requires users to enter their name, email address, and phone number. Once the campaign has this information, it can use it to target individuals with personalized messages that are designed to encourage them to take action that benefits the campaign. In other words, social engineering campaigns use our own data against us in order to achieve their goals. While we may be hesitant to share our personal information, we should be even more hesitant to fall victim to these campaigns.