Phishing Attack Simulation


This exercise is undertaking due to the realization that a single mistake made by a single employee, such as clinking a link, can cause untold damage to a company.

  • Phishing is popular with cyber criminals because it enables them to steal financial and personal information by exploiting human behavior.
  • Phishing simulation guards your business against social engineering threats by training your employees to identify and report them.
  • Typically, a part of user security awareness, phishing simulation training is one of the cyber security measures being used to help stop attempted phishing incidents.
  • Phishing simulation helps employees recognize, avoid, and report potential threats that can compromise critical business data and systems, including phishing, malware, ransomware, and spyware.
  • As part of the training, phishing simulations and other mock attacks are typically used to test and reinforce good employee behavior.
  • Advanced solutions provide highly variable attack simulations for multiple vectors, including voice, text messages and physical media