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Organizations use phishing simulators like SMS, Voice, QR Code, and Email to reduce phishing risk by up to 90%.

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How it works:

Upload users to the platform.
Select AI-powered 1600+ phishing scenarios in 30+ languages to run a phishing campaign.
Get the full report immediately! Share executive report, including phishing metrics and charts, with your management.
See how your organization compares to others in your industry.
No whitelisting or configuration is needed!

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Assess your employees' susceptibility to social engineering attacks like SMS, voice, QR code, and email, and learn their response rate to these threats.

Learn your company’s Phishing Risk Score compared to industry benchmarks.

Get a comprehensive PDF Executive Report to share insights and findings with your management team.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to whitelist domains for phishing emails to be delivered?

If you use Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace, whitelisting is not necessary due to our Direct Email Creation (DEC) feature. This feature allows phishing simulation emails to be created directly in the user's inbox, bypassing traditional email delivery methods that could be blocked by filters. However, for other email providers, we recommend whitelisting, although it is not mandatory.

What is the maximum number of users that can be included in a phishing test?

No specific limit exists to the number of users included in a phishing test. During a free phishing simulation test, we can adjust the number of users to meet your needs.

Can users be trained during or after a phishing security test?

Yes, we offer free security awareness training with your phishing test. Employees can be trained immediately after clicking a phishing link, upon data submission, or after the test concludes. This method assesses vulnerability and improves awareness, especially for those who fail the test, helping mitigate future risks.

What type of phishing test can I choose?

Our Phishing Simulation Platform offers a variety of tests, including QR Code, SMS, Email, Callback, Voice, and MFA Phishing Simulations. These tools are designed to assess social engineering risks within your organization and train your employees to prevent such attacks.

What is a Phishing Simulation Test?

A phishing simulation test is a controlled cybersecurity exercise that simulates real-life phishing attacks on an organization's employees to assess their vulnerability and readiness to handle such threats. This test involves sending emails or other communications that mimic those of cyber attackers but are designed and controlled internally or by a cybersecurity firm hired by the organization.

What are the Key Benefits of Using Phishing Simulation Tests?

Phishing simulation tests offer several benefits:

  1. Enhanced Employee Awareness: They raise awareness among employees about the tactics used by phishers, helping them recognize suspicious emails.
  2. Risk Management: These tests help identify areas where the organization is most vulnerable, allowing for targeted security improvements.
  3. Testing Security Policies: They test the effectiveness of the organization's email filters and other security protocols.
  4. Compliance and Training Efficacy: Helps ensure compliance with industry regulations requiring evidence of cybersecurity training and risk management efforts.
  5. Reduction in Actual Phishing Success: Regular testing can significantly reduce the chances of successful real phishing attacks.

How Does a Phishing Simulation Test Work?

Phishing simulation tests generally follow these steps:

  1. Planning: Define the goals, scope, and methods of the simulation. This includes choosing the type of phishing templates (e.g., urgent requests for action, fake alerts) that will be used.
  2. Design: Develop the phishing content that looks realistic but contains safe links and payloads.
  3. Targeting: Select the employees who will receive the phishing simulation.
  4. Execution: Send out the phishing emails and monitor how employees interact with them.
  5. Analysis: Review the responses to assess vulnerabilities and areas needing improvement.
  6. Feedback and Training: Provide feedback and targeted training to employees based on their actions during the test.

Why Should an Organization Use a Phishing Simulation Test?

Organizations should use phishing simulation tests to proactively combat the risk of phishing attacks, which are among the most common and effective methods of cyber-attacks today. These tests help organizations identify weaknesses in their human and technological defenses and provide practical, experiential learning opportunities for employees.

What Should be Included in a Phishing Email Simulation?

A phishing email simulation should include:

Realistic Content: Use content that mimics genuine phishing attempts in tone, style, and appearance.

Varied Scenarios: Include different types of phishing attacks, such as urgent requests for information, fake warnings, or attachment openings.

Safe Links: Any links included should be harmless, leading to safe pages that log the click actions without causing harm.

Instructional Feedback: Provide immediate educational feedback to those who fall for the simulation, explaining the signs of phishing they missed.

How Can an Organization Measure the Success of a Phishing Simulation Test?

Success in a phishing simulation test can be measured through various metrics:

Click-through Rates: The percentage of employees who clicked on links in the phishing email.

Report Rates: How many employees reported the email as suspicious.

Time to Respond: The time it took for employees to react to the phishing email.

Improvement Over Time: Comparing results across different simulations to measure learning and improvement.