Phishing remains the single biggest threat to information security. Phishing isn’t hard. Despite all the news reports about ransomware and millions of stolen dollars and identities, people still click on links and open attachments. 1 out of 10 people open attachments. It takes an average of 82 seconds from the start of a phishing campaign to get the first bite. There are numbers of reasons for the continuous success of phishing attacks. One is lack or inefficiency of security awareness training. According to a PwC survey, 4 out of 10 organizations don’t provide any ongoing security education to their employees at all. When you combine phishing awareness with simulated phishing attacks, people learn to recognize and respond to spoofed email.
SCORM governs how online learning content and a Learning Management System (LMS) communicate with each other. SCORM does not speak to instructional design or any other pedagogical concern.
PhishingBox integrates with Microsoft Active Directory, SmarterU, Moodle and other popular Learning Management Systems (LMSs) that are focused on training for internet security and awareness programs. If your company is already using one of these systems, our PhishingBox platform is for you. With a click of a button you will be able to sync users and start a phishing test within minutes.
For companies and organizations that are looking for very simple integrations, PhishingBox has incorporated customizable webhooks that can be specified for each phishing test. A webhook is a method of augmenting or altering the behavior of a web page or web application with custom callbacks. The webhooks will tell our system at PhishingBox to reach out when someone fails and denotes the user interactions with the test.
A reason for phishing remaining at the top of cybersecurity threats is that the attackers are getting much smarter. Most of the phishing attacks today employ much more sophisticated techniques. Put our PhishingBox Application Program Interface (API) to work for your organization. Stop phishing attacks with PhishingBox. You and your employees will learn to avoid all phishing attempts. The best way to prevent phishing incidents is to educate your workforce on the common tactics used by the phishing creators.