Phishing simulations are the perfect compliment to our trainings or on their own.
Similar to running a fire or tornado drill, phishing simulations allow for users to experience what a phishing attack might feel like. They are an important part of staying cyberaware.
We curate different templates to cover many aspects of attack types appearing to come from major companies. If a user clicks on a link in one of these emails or gives their credentials, we will flag that in your administrator portal as having failed the simulation.
Within your phishing simulations, you can chose which templates you want us to send out and on what frequency. For example, should you chose two weeks, a phishing simulation will be sent at a randomly selected time within the two week frame and after that cycle the simulation will start up again with another randomly selected time.
We also recommend letting your team know these e-mails are coming. It helps center the discussion of cybersecurity at your company in addition to promoting vigilance.
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