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Increase phishing reporting by up to 92%

Phishing Simulator

Use AI-powered phishing simulations to minimize social engineering risks in security awareness training programs.

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OVERVIEW

Phishing Simulation

What is Phishing Simulation
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Phishing simulation is a security awareness training tool that imitates real-life phishing attacks.

This allows organizations to test and enhance their employees' awareness and response against phishing attacks.

Organizations can use phishing simulation tools to address areas where additional cybersecurity training is necessary.


Why Conduct Phishing Simulation Software?
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How Does a Simulated Phishing Attack Work?
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How Can You Make Phishing Simulation Easier?
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FEATURES

What are the Key Features of the Best Phishing Simulation Software?

The best phishing simulation software combines an easy-to-use interface with real-world phishing templates to address specific behaviors. Keepnet delivers a range of phishing simulation campaign options suitable for organizations across all sizes, sectors, and geographical areas. You can create reports with accurate click reporting by filtering out false clicks from automated security tools like sandboxes.

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Keep Phishing Scenarios Realistic
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Use over 6000+ phishing campaign templates to ensure engaging and realistic training simulations.

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Ensure Phishing Campaigns Are Delivered
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New & Diverse, Complete Social Engineering Simulation Platform
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FREE TEST

Free Phishing Simulation Test

You'll have the values:
tickAssess your employees' susceptibility to social engineering attacks like SMS, voice, QR code, and email, and learn their response rate to these threats. 
tickLearn your company’s Phishing Risk Score compared to industry benchmarks.
tickGet a comprehensive PDF Executive Report to share insights and findings with your management team.
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Discover Keepnet's Simulated Phishing Tests

Keepnet's simulated phishing test software is a powerful tool designed to test and train employees. Keepnet empowers your employees to become a strong first line of defense against social engineering threats.

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Phishing Campaign Manager
Phishing Campaign Manager
Organize and run your phishing tests.

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Creating Phishing Campaign Templates
Creating Phishing Campaign Templates
Create email phishing templates or customize ready-to-use templates for your phishing tests.

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Creating Phishing Landing Page Templates
Creating Phishing Landing Page Templates
Design simulated web pages or customize ready-to-use landing pages for your phishing tests.

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Customizing Phishing Scenarios
Customizing Phishing Scenarios
Tailor the phishing test scenarios to your organization’s needs.

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Prevent false positive reporting due to security applications that analyze the links in the email in cooperation.

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Phishing Simulator Reports
Phishing Simulator Reports
Generate reports to assess behavior on the phishing tests.
AWARENESS

Increase Your Company's Security Awareness with Phishing Simulation Training

Keepnet’s phishing simulation and training boost employee awareness against phishing attacks. Keepnet’s phishing program helps you drive secure behavior change with your team by spotting and reporting phishing emails. It's a simple and effective way to ensure everyone can protect themselves and their company.

The advantages of implementing the Keepnet Phishing Simulator are:

Phishing Risk Score

Reduce your phishing score compared to the industry average by up to 90%.

100% in engagement rate

Send training based on behavior. The training effectively prevents phishing attacks and promotes effective awareness by targeting specific behaviors.

90% in saving time

Create fast phishing campaigns. No configuration or whitelisting is required. Launch your campaign in under a minute.

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Phishing Case Study

Uncover How Tiryaki Saved Substantial Amounts Annually

Explore how Tiryaki bolstered its defenses against phishing attacks by 89% and reduced costs related to handling phishing scams at its ports by up to 80%.

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Phishing Simulator Brochure

Detailed Overview of Phishing Simulator

Test and train your employees against callback phishing with Keepnet's Callback Simulator. Create security culture, reduce phishing risks.

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Phishing Simulator Whitepaper

Guarding Against Phishing: A Comprehensive Guide

Delve into our detailed whitepaper on phishing threats, detection, and robust defense strategies. Arm yourself with knowledge!

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Phishing Trends and Security: Unraveling the World of Phishing

Explore the world of phishing, its trends, and how to secure your organization. Learn with Keepnet Labs and stay a step ahead.

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Stay Secure: Uncover Phishing and Explore Its Evaluation

Dive into our infographic, exploring phishing's evolution, threats, and defense strategies. Stay secure with Keepnet Labs.

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Phishing Simulator Video

Watch our high-level technical video on YouTube

See the features and capabilities of our solution in action, how we empower your business to tackle phishing scams confidently.

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You'll learn how to:
tickUse AI-powered phishing simulations to increase security awareness.
tickManage phishing campaigns without whitelisting challenges, experience no delivery problems, and see no false clicks in your reports!
tickCreate automated reporting based on incorrect user behaviors and get a human risk score to pinpoint and address employee vulnerabilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some examples of phishing?

Understanding different types of phishing attempts can help you stay protected. Here are some examples.

  • Fake Bank Emails: Scammers send emails pretending to be from your bank, asking for your login details or personal information.
  • Social Media Scams: Fake messages from social media platforms asking you to click a link to verify your account or reset your password.
  • Impersonation of Colleagues: Emails that appear to be from a coworker or boss asking for sensitive information or requesting a money transfer.
  • Urgent Requests: Emails or messages that create a sense of urgency, such as saying your account will be locked unless you verify your information.

Why use phishing simulations?

Phishing training exercises help employees learn how to recognize and avoid phishing emails. Here’s why implementing phishing simulations is important for your organization:

  • Improve Phishing Detection: Phishing tests help employees practice spotting fake emails with up to 92% success.
  • Increase Awareness: Regular phishing simulations remind employees of the risks of phishing attacks.
  • Enhance Security: By practicing with simulated phishing attacks, employees learn how to respond correctly.
  • Measure Effectiveness: Phishing sims provide feedback on how well employees are detecting and handling phishing attempts.
  • Boost Confidence: When employees know how to handle phishing emails, they feel more confident, which can lead to a more secure workplace.

Why would an organization benefit from phishing simulations?

Phishing simulations provide significant benefits to an organization. They reduce the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks since the employees learn in a safe environment how to defend against phishing scams.

Phishing tests also increase overall security awareness and help measure the effectiveness of existing security protocols. By regularly conducting phishing simulations, an organization can create a more secure and vigilant team, ultimately protecting themselves and their company against social engineering attacks.

Who is at risk of being phished?

Everyone with an email account is at risk of being phished, especially employees in organizations where they handle sensitive information or have access to company accounts. According to Keepnet’s latest report on voice phishing vulnerability, Customer Success departments were most vulnerable to voice phishing attacks in 2024.

What happens if an employee clicks on a simulated phishing email?

If an employee clicks on a simulated phishing email, it becomes a valuable learning opportunity. Here’s what typically happens:

  • Immediate Feedback: The employee receives feedback explaining the mistake and highlighting the phishing indicators they missed.
  • Training Module: The employee is directed to a training module that provides detailed information on recognizing phishing attempts.
  • Awareness Improvement: This process helps the employee understand what to watch out for in the future, enhancing their ability to avoid real threats.
  • Performance Tracking: The organization can track which employees need additional training and tailor future simulations accordingly.

What should be included in phishing simulation training?

Phishing simulation training should cover the following elements:

  • Examples of Phishing Emails: Show real-life examples of phishing emails to help employees identify common tactics scammers use.
  • Recognition Tips: Provide guidelines on recognizing phishing attempts, such as checking for suspicious email addresses, poor grammar, and unusual requests.
  • Response Steps: Teach employees what to do if they suspect an email is a phishing attempt, including reporting the email to the IT department and avoiding clicking on any links or attachments.
  • Regular Updates: Ensure the training materials regularly reflect the latest phishing tactics and trends.
  • Interactive Exercises: Include quizzes and practical exercises to test employees’ knowledge and improve their detection skills.
  • Policy Review: Remind employees of the organization's security policies and procedures regarding email and information handling.

How often should an organization conduct phishing simulations?

An organization should conduct phishing simulations regularly to maintain high-security awareness and adapt to evolving phishing tactics. The frequency can vary depending on the organization’s needs, but it is recommended to run these attack simulations at least once a month to a few times a year.

Regular phishing simulations ensure that employees stay vigilant, improve their detection skills, and remain updated on the latest phishing threats, reducing the risk of successful cyber-attacks.