Phishing is when a scammer sends out an email claiming to be from a well-known organisation in an attempt to gather personal and financial information.
Several recent phishing campaigns targeting Australians have featured precise replicas of the imitated organisation’s brand design and competent use of English, where the typical fake email might historically have been easier to identify thanks to spelling errors, poor grammar and inconsistent design.
A fake phishing email is sent to your staff encouraging them to click on a link. After a short period we collect the numbers of staff who have clicked on links in the email and send you a report.
You will be able to identify how susceptible your staff are to phishing emails and train them appropriately.
Companies that have implemented staff phishing and training have seen a significant drop in staff clicking on compromised emails.
The Phishing test simulates an attack, but focuses on the highest risk factor in your business, the staff.