Effective team exercises on Phishing, Smishing, and Vishing
Phishing is the most popular way to hack businesses. As a result, the damage done to businesses by ransomware is increasing every year. By simulating all possible phishing attacks we test and train your staff. How alert do they react to Phishing, Smishing, and Vishing?
- Discussing your campaign
- Select personalized template
- Choosing custom domain
- Setup campaign server
- Sending a test email or SMS
- Starting your campaign
- Spread over time
- Tracking of clicks
- Contextual reporting
- Personal debriefing
E-mail Phishing Test
We send fake emails to your employees to test click behavior. You'll be assigned a campaign leader and together we'll discuss the choice of templates, domains, landing pages, and the phishing period.
After the whitelisting and testing, the phishing campaign can start!
After a few of our phishing exercises, the cyber risks at our customers are significantly reduced! This can vary from an average improvement of 35% to 65% in some cases.
We are very proud of this and the figures show that our approach pays off. Do not hesitate to contact our hackers to protect your business from bad hackers as well.
SMS Phishing Test
Hackers no longer limit themselves to e-mail, but also use text messages and various chat services such as Whatsapp or messenger.
Test your employees and choose an SMS phishing simulation. Use our standard template or choose a custom SMS.
Intensive smartphone users are hacked even more than office workers via their laptops. This is because the fake links on a smartphone are more difficult to detect.
The results of SMS phishing are neatly presented in an extensive report. This way you know exactly which gaps in the security or awareness of the company you need to tackle.
Phone Phishing Test
Are your employees resistant to hackers calling them? Vishing, also known as voice phishing or phone hacking, is a rapidly growing form of social engineering.
Our hackers will call your staff to get as much data as possible from them over the phone.
It's amazing how much confidential and company-specific information they share with strangers in one short conversation...
The vishing calls are followed by an extensive report. This way, you know exactly which gaps in corporate security or awareness you need to address.
Time is also money for cybercriminals. They go for the simplest victims: your users. In recent years, thousands of companies around the world have started phishing tests on their own employees and users. IT professionals have recognized that this is urgently needed as an additional layer of security. Raising awareness and training is just as important as installing technical solutions such as antivirus and a firewall.
Yes. Cybercriminals send fraudulent e-mails to fraud you or to secretly install malicious virus program on your computer. If you click on an attachment or link in a fake e-mail, you activate the installation of a virus program. Very current is the flood of ransomware viruses where all your files are encrypted in one go. Then the criminals ask a ransom to get your hostage files back.
By regularly scheduling phishing tests, you ensure that your employees recognize these fake e-mails and no longer click on the malicious link.
The number 1 to get ransomware through is a phishing email. According to recent reports, up to 93% of all ransomware victims! You can significantly reduce the risk of malicious e-mails by regularly doing a phishing test.
Regular phishing tests eventually change the click behaviour of your staff. That does require a continuous approach. In doing so, one certainly learns.
Together with technical IT security, security awareness sessions and phishing testing will minimize the risk of a successful ransomware attack. This way you avoid many breakdowns and recovery moments.