Tasha Jhangiani is a government policy analyst focused on cyber strategy and national security. She holds an M.A. in Security Policy Studies from the George Washington University, and B.A.s in History and Political Science from Case Western Reserve University, with a year’s experience at the University of Oxford. Tasha has worked in a variety of government and private organizations, including Congress, the U.S. Department of State, and a bipartisan government relations firm.
Hackers and malign actors have extensively used phishing, pretexting, social proof, and other social engineering tools since the early days of the Internet. What is truly pernicious is how social engineering is fusing with ransomware attacks for incredibly destabilizing effects.Read More