Phishing is a cyber attack which can impact an organisation of any size and type. It usually occurs via email, and where attackers will pose as legitimate contacts to encourage users to click suspicious links that will download malware or direct them to a malicious website. Attacks can install ransomware, disrupt systems or result in money loss and stolen intellectual property. Users can also be encouraged to pass over their personal information such as passwords, bank account details and other sensitive information.
The term ‘Phishing’ is mainly used to describe attacks through email, however phishing can be conducted via social media, by phone and text messages. Phishing campaigns can be hidden amongst the huge number of emails and messages that busy users receive. An attacker could be seeking new passwords or a way to make some easy money, these are referred to as ‘Mass Campaigns’. Alternatively, they might be after something more specific, such as the theft of sensitive data. These targeted campaigns, known as ‘Spear Phishing’, are when an attacker may use employee information to make their messages even more realistic and persuasive.
Our fully managed simulated phishing campaigns are included with annual subscriptions to our Security Awareness Training Platform.
Full Support – Our team creates and executes phishing simulation tests alongside awareness training. Sit back and let us do the work.
Professional Campaign Design – An extensive phishing template library allows for optimal testing.
Scheduling – Tests can be scheduled to run at any time in the future and can be configured with different time zones.
Detailed reporting and expert analysis – Receive real-time reports and review the analysis with our team on completion of campaigns.
Security awareness is always top of mind – Simulated phishing attack emails help reinforce security awareness training.
No hardware or software to buy or maintain – Simply get the data you need to identify security weaknesses.
There are many benefits of simulated phishing campaigns, combined with security awareness training. These benefits include, but are not limited to, the following: