Subscribe to get the latest updates
and features on the website.
How do you measure the success of a phishing simulation? If you’re like many people in the cybersecurity community, you may find yourself focusing on statistics like click rates to determine whether or not you’ve led an effective anti-phishing campaign. After all, if subsequent simulations generate fewer clicks, surely that means your employees have understood the message you’re trying to get across about the dangers of phishing—right?
Everyone in the security world is talking about automation. What began as a hot trend in code development is fast becoming the
We’ve been running successful phishing simulations for years now, developing proven steps toward employee engagement and behavioral change. Over the course of time, we’ve seen customers come to us, bruised by phishing campaigns gone awry. In our experience, most of these catastrophes come down to a handf…Read more
Phishing prevention employee training is regarded as a must-have security control by most security consultancies, and many organizations are already training employees to recognize phishing attacks by using phishing simulations. When done in the right way, data shows that this training can dramatically change employee behavior and redu…Read more
What prevents Cyber Security from breaking the Curse of Knowledge?
Imagine this: You’ve just tripped over your kid’s iPad; now your ring finger is swelling up like a balloon. You go to your doctor who announces, x-ray in hand, that you have a dorsal dislocation of the metacarpophalangeal joint with local erythema. He needs to…