FS PHISHING is a phishing emails distribution simulator that helps to improve the practical skills of information security staff. Digital hygiene encourages personnel to perform conscious routine-based digital practices in order to minimize cyber risks, protect your organization from phishing attacks, and prompt response to phishing incidents.
What FS PHISHING users get:
FS PHISHING provides large companies that don’t want to transfer employee information to cloud solutions with full operational autonomy.
Flexible configuration of the system to the company’s resources to make phishing attacks more realistic.
The product allows users to create universal phishing emails according to their requirements. The system does not limit the type of letters.
We integrate the product and set up the interaction with the corporate mail servers for maximum efficiency of the system.
Phishing campaigns are tailored to client’s requirements
You determine the period and user groups are targeted by phishing emails. Your responsible employee can create lists of targeted emails either manually or by importing them from a CSV file
We prepare an individual script for each customer: a mailing template with the agreed text and an algorithm for teaching the recipient: click the link, download the file, enter your login and password.
Tags enable a client to group and filter information. Some tags are created automatically when basic user information is filled in (date of birth, department, etc.), they can also be created manually.
The product allows the customer to increase employee's cyber hygiene awareness, track a knowledge level, and determine the need for refresher training.
Using the product allows you to reduce the risk of unauthorized access to systems, networks, and software of your company, and consequently data leakage resulting from the human factors.
The product trains staff to identify security threats and respond to phishing attacks.
What is phishing
Phishing is a type of online fraud, the key success factor of which is based on a low users’ awareness of the Internet security basics. Attackers use a wide variety of phishing methods, from spam lists to exploiting vulnerabilities in online banking products and payment systems.
What are the dangers of phishing?
The availability of free software, even for attackers without advanced technical skills, has caused a rapid increase in phishing attacks.
The focus is shifting from mass clone mailings to targeted mailings addressed to a specific person or organization. Often tailored content is used after researching information on the Internet.
According to a Verizon report in 2019, 9 out of 10 leaks (86%) were financially motivated. Credential breaches, various types of phishing, and compromised business emails caused 67% of cyberattacks.
It’s bad if employee data was stolen, but it’s worse if customer data or confidential company information was stolen because of employees’ low level of Internet education.