Phishing occurs when an attacker sends an email crafted to look like a credible message from someone trusted, like a boss, colleague or even an email provider, like Google. The intent of the phishing email is to steal information, whether it’s login credentials or personal information, such as a Social Security number, with the intent to commit fraud or get unauthorized access to personal systems.
Are any of the following statements relevant to your organization?
• Are you concerned about your employees clicking on links within emails that
could be malicious?
• Do you want to educate your workforce to recognize cyber threats?
• Would you like to improve IT security and maintain cyber security awareness?
When it comes to phishing simulation, there’s no better solution than PhishingBox.
Teaching employees how to recognize and react to phishing emails is what we do. We believe testing your employees with simulated phishing attacks
is an important part of an overall security awareness program
. With our Phishing Simulator, we make it easy to measure and demonstrate your employees’ aptitude and progress and tie the results to targeted training content. The Phishing Simulator allows you to send out simulated phishing emails. It gives you the ability to easily set up a fully customized phishing campaign. Anything can be customized, such as email templates, landing pages and domain names. The only limitation is your imagination.
Before a phishing simulation test should begin in your organization, you need to start by planning an introductory training scheme. The initial training will be given to all current employees and then given to all new employees on arrival, before they get access to their email accounts. Make sure you set up a contact channel and process that can be used by employees when they suspect they have received a phishing email.
PhishingBox is an excellent addition to any security awareness training program, particularly those focused on fighting phishing
. With PhishingBox, you can develop and administer preconfigured or customized attack campaigns.
The first step to any good phishing simulation test is the planning. You don’t want to send a phishing test too frequently or employees will come to expect them. Likewise, you don’t want to have them too infrequently, because then you will have too few statistics to report on. You also don’t want to send phishing emails to the entire company at once as this might spark suspicion. That’s why we recommend sending a phishing test once a month to a test group of employees.
You can quickly identify users vulnerable to phishing attacks by launching your own targeted internal phishing campaigns. PhishingBox provides interactive data-driven dashboards based on your campaigns that allow you to continuously measure and monitor your organization’s risk of being phished.
Your employees are on the front line in the anti-phishing battle and you can’t win without them
. That’s why PhishingBox recommends a combination of simulated phishing attacks and training content
to create a workforce that is resistant to the lures of hackers. With PhishingBox, you can evaluate the human element of security as well as train staff, reducing the risk of successful compromise and achieving an improved security posture.