Social Engineering is the process of using technical and non-technical methods of deception to gain proprietary and important company information.  EAM Solutions Group VET-Cyber team leverage’s email phishing campaigns, open source research and red team physical attacks.  Each of our campaigns are designed to allow our organizations to see how weak or strong internal/external security controls are and how to improve or increase employee security awareness.


VET-Cyber, social engineering test utilize various methods and methodologies that allow for us test an organization’s employee susceptibility and internal security controls.  We perform the following assessments:

  • Phishing/Spear Phishing Attacks

  • Physical Break In

  • Endpoint Baiting

  • Pre-Texting (Phone Calls)

By performing any of the above assessments, our clients obtain a clear picture of their organizational human security issues and challenges.  EAM Solutions Group has extensive experience in the continued education of organization regarding modern risks associated with social engineering threats.


Once an engagement is concluded, EAM Solutions Group will provide several types of reports and recommendations to our client’s based on the level assessment.  The two reports are a detailed report and executive summary report.


From the detailed technical report, VET-Cyber teams will create an Executive Summary report for the non-technical audience.  This report gives a high-level overview of the methodology used and includes numerous summaries and graphical representations describing the findings.  This allows quick and easy access to the assessment results at any time.  The summary report does not include remediation instructions, nor does it include any raw scan results.


Findings Meeting and Project Closure

After the completion of all testing, EAM Solutions Group  VET-Cyber will conduct a findings meeting to present the findings and explain in detail to the customer.  Senior management personnel will have the ability to ask any questions and make requests for changes to the final report, such as clarifying a finding or presenting the information in a slightly different way.