PhishNet is a powerful way to educate your employees
It’s now much easier to be taken in by a “genuine fake” that, at first glance, seems to be from a friend, the bank, or even a company claiming to offer protection against online security attacks. It’s almost second nature to click on links in emails, and that’s all it takes to be directed to the phishing site.
We’re even more likely to follow a link to a fake website when we’re viewing emails on mobile devices, as the smaller screens make it harder to distinguish legitimate addresses.
PhishNet is a powerful way to educate employees about how to prevent phishing as it gives them accurate examples of the latest social engineering methods used in email scams.
You give us a list of contacts and we send a phishing message to those contacts. The purpose of these PhishNet campaigns is to demonstrate what a phishing lure looks like, how it works, and how people could be tricked into clicking on unsafe links or giving away personal information.