- One who engages in social engineering.
1911, Earp, Edwin Lee, The Social Engineer, Eaton & Mains, page 295:
- We need another type of social engineer for the country problem, who will be able to direct the social forces of a whole county and relate them to the best interests of State and county.
2010, Hadnagy, Christopher, Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking, John Wiley, page (unpaginated):
- [Pretexting] is one of the critical points for many social engineers. Pretexting involves developing the role the social engineer will play for the attack on the company. Will the social engineer be a customer, vendor, tech support, new hire, or something equally realistic and believable?
- To achieve or access by means of social engineering.
- Leon social engineered his way into our corporate intranet.