Cymulate’s Phishing Awareness vector helps you assess your employees’ awareness to socially engineered attack campaigns.
Phishing attacks (including spear phishing, ransomware, BEC or CEO fraud) use social engineering to infiltrate and compromise corporate and production environments. That’s why it is important to raise the awareness of employees regarding cyber-attacks using social engineering methods such as the Nigerian Prince phishing campaigns.
Cymulate’s Phishing Awareness vector is designed to evaluate your employees’ security awareness. It simulates phishing campaigns and detects weak links in your organization. Since it is designed to reduce the risk of spear-phishing, ransomware or CEO fraud, the solution can help you to deter data breaches, minimize malware-related downtime and save money on incident response.
Security awareness among employees is tested by creating and executing simulated, customized phishing campaigns enabling you to detect who are the weakest links in your organization.
The phishing simulation utilizes ready-made out-of-the-box templates or custom-built templates assigned to a corresponding landing page with dummy malicious links. At the end of the simulation, a report is generated summarizing statistics and details of employees who have opened the email, and those who have clicked on the dummy malicious link, enabling organizations to assess their employees’ readiness to identify hazardous email.