Our AI-driven phishing simulations form the core of Phished's cybersecurity awareness training. Continue reading to discover how it works.
How Phished works
When organisations start using Phished, initial phishing simulations will manage to ensnare between 20% of recipients (for general simulations) and 50% of recipients (when using spear phishing simulations). After just one year, that will drop to less than 5%.
The sense and nonsense of an internal phishing campaign
Cybersecurity exists in various forms. To prepare your employees in the best possible way for all dangers imaginable, it is best to use different tactics. An internal phishing campaign offers a good basis for preparing people for a wide range of threats.
90% of all cyber breaches start with human error. Anti-phishing training helps people to drastically reduce that error rate by providing them a solid foundation. All malware that targets people notably comes in through various types of phishing attacks. By exposing employees to all the potential phishing variants, in a safe and controlled environment, they will recognize actual dangers when they occur.
Safer inside and outside the organisation
Phished helps organisations comply with cybersecurity certifications, such as the ISO 27001 standards. Anti-phishing training is an important way to evaluate and improve the state and evolution of cybersecurity awareness measures.
Moreover, the Phished Academy contributes to the achievement of the ISO standard on continuous education about information security and makes it easy to measure, track, document and improve the current condition of cybersecurity within the organisation.