Cyber threats are evolving rapidly, your employees are your most valuable, yet vulnerable, asset against phishing attacks.
Every day, sophisticated phishing scams put your business at risk. Without proper training, employees can unintentionally become the weakest link, leading to data breaches, financial loss, and damaged reputation.
Techn22 offers a comprehensive Phishing Simulation program that simulates real-world phishing scenarios. Our tailored approach educates employees on the latest phishing tactics, training them to spot, report, and avoid these threats effectively.
Turn your employees into your biggest cybersecurity asset.
The importance of regular, ongoing cyber security awareness training can not be overstated. Having savvy, vigilant employees who recognise and avoid potential security threats reduces the likelihood of a devastating cyber attack.
Our phishing simulations emulate real-world examples of the classic everyday phishing emails. Ensuring your front-line defence has the expertise and experience to deal with these threats is your greatest asset in the fight against cyber attacks.
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A phishing simulation is a training exercise where your employees receive safe, simulated phishing emails. This helps them learn to identify and react correctly to actual phishing attempts, enhancing their ability to protect sensitive information.
Phishing simulations are crucial because they prepare your employees for real-life phishing attempts, significantly reducing the risk of data breaches and cyber attacks. It’s a proactive step in safeguarding your company’s digital assets.
The frequency can vary depending on your business needs, but it’s generally recommended to conduct phishing simulations at least monthly or quarterly. Regular simulations ensure ongoing vigilance and up-to-date awareness of the latest phishing tactics.
No, phishing simulations are designed to be non-disruptive. They mimic real-life scenarios without causing significant interruptions to your employees’ daily tasks, providing learning opportunities within their work environment.
Absolutely. Phishing simulations can be tailored to reflect the specific threats and scenarios most relevant to your industry and business, making the training more effective and relatable for your employees.
Success is measured through various metrics, such as the number of employees who correctly identify and report phishing emails, reduced click rates on malicious links, and overall improvement in cybersecurity awareness and behaviours over time.