We offer full Phishing email simulation campaigns, customised to your requirements.

A Phishing campaign is an authorised simulated attack that tests staff’s awareness to electronic phishing email attacks. The simulation can help to educate users in how to spot malicious emails and can help you improve your company’s security awareness training.

Phishing attacks performed by hackers attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, photos, documents, bank or credit card details, often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication such as an email.

Phishing email campaigns can be sent organisation wide or to individual groups of staff. This will allow you to test your staff’s security awareness and allow you to measure the success of the simulation and identify any staff or security weaknesses that could be improved.

This process allows you to provide security awareness training to any staff who fell victim to the simulation and possibly implement new security rules on any firewalls to block certain file attachments.

Some of the biggest security breaches in recent years have been down to phishing attacks, where a member of staff has clicked a link or entered their user credentials into a phishing email that contains a fake website or login page. Once an attacker gains a session onto the users’ systems, they have an internal position on your network to gather further information and potentially pivot further into the network.

We appreciate that every business is different and that the complexity of their I.T. systems varies tremendously, therefore we tailor bespoke tests for each different company.

If you would like a NO OBLIGATION quote, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

FAQs

What is a Phishing Simulation?

Phishing attacks performed by hackers attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, photos, documents, bank or credit card details, often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication such as an email.

A Phishing simulation is the process of testing your staff’s awareness to electronic phishing email campaigns safely and constructively.

Phishing email campaigns can be sent organisation wide or to individual groups of staff. This will allow you to test your staff’s security awareness and allow you to measure the success of the simulation and identify any staff or security weaknesses that could be improved.

How often should I conduct a Phishing campaign?

It is recommended that Phishing campaigns are run regularly as part of your end user security practices and user awareness training.

What is included in the Phishing Report?

  • Executive management summary; non technical overview of issues for management board level
  • User activity; a complete list of all users who opened, clicked the email or entered any information
  • Statistics; detailed graphs showing the user activity
  • Location; geographical locations of each user opening the email