Phishing simulation

Simple insight into employees clicking behaviour.

Phishing is still the largest digital threat to organisations. Are your employees able to recognise phishing and deal with the threat? Test on a regular basis with our phishing simulations and make them aware of the risks.

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We offer a full-service phishing service. You choose the email(s) and we will do the rest. From sending to reporting. Choose from a wide selection of our existing and multilingual phishing templates. Prefer a customised email? We will discuss it with you in full.

Cyber threat number 1

One moment of inattention is sufficient for an error to occur. Consequences will often be large: ransomware, viruses or data leaks. Not to mention the financial and reputational damage. 

  • 50% of organisations have had to deal with phishing scams in the past two years.
  • 30% of phishing emails are opened.
  • 90% of all data leaks are caused by a phishing email.
  • Phishing emails can often not be distinguished anymore from legitimate emails.
  • By no means do criminals limit themselves to email alone.

A one-time phishing simulation will give you insight into the current situation. By phishing periodically you will easily get insight into your employees’ level of alertness after a period of time. For this purpose, we offer different benefit packages. 

What can employees expect?

At a time to be determined, employees will receive an email with a secure ‘infected’ link. All our phishing emails contain phishing characteristics. Will they click on it? If so, you will end up on a landing page with feedback and tips on how phishing can be identified from now on. A phishing simulation therefore also serves as a lesson in awareness.

Sms phishing

Criminals no longer limit themselves to e-mail alone, but also use SMS and various chat services. Raise awareness among your employees by opting for an SMS phishing simulation. Use our standard template or opt for a customised SMS.

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