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ThreatCop Phishing Awareness Training and Simulation

Your employees need to know how to spot and stop phishing attacks that might affect the data privacy of your organization as well as your customers. ThreatCop phishing awareness training and simulation are designed to make your employees aware of how these latest phishing attacks look like and how they work.

ThreatCop simulates phishing attacks to give your employees real-life phishing attack experience and helps them to make the right security decisions in real-time. This tool enables you to transform your employees into active phishing attack defenders. The tool assesses the real-time cyber threat posture of the employees in an organization and reduces the cyber risks by up to 90%.

With ThreatCop you can launch dummy cyber attacks on your employees, followed by awareness modules and gamified assessment. The tool also assists in comparing employees' pre and post cyber security awareness training levels and provides you a comprehensive report on the individual employee.

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How Our Phishing Awareness Training Works?

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Customize a phishing attack simulation template based on your requirements

Launch Cyber Attack Simulation Icon

Launch a phishing attack simulation campaign on the selected group of employees

Vulnerability Score Icon

Analyze the vulnerability score of each employee or group after the simulated attack

Knowledge Imparting Icon

Impart knowledge to employees through videos, articles, advisories, and infographics

Evaluation Icon

Evaluate the progress of learning among your employees through gamified assessment

Simulation Report Icon

Get a detailed report from the simulation run on each department of the organization

Why is Phishing Awareness Training Important?

Effective phishing training with ThreatCop enhances your employees’ understanding of how phishing attacks work. It assists them in identifying and avoiding phishing attacks that come in various forms including phishing emails and URLs.

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Phishing attack techniques are constantly evolving and becoming more complex. Today, phishing attacks have not spared any industry worldwide. There are several big and small organizations globally that had to bear the consequences of being hit by sophisticated phishing attacks. As a result, it's always a wise decision to stay prepared and not face the dire outcome.

Most Targeted Online Industries by Phishing Attacks

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FAQs: Phishing Awareness Training

A phishing attack is a type of social engineering attack which is often deployed through phishing emails, asking users to submit or revert with sensitive information. Cyber criminals launch this attack to either obtain and misuse sensitive information or to install the malware in the victim’s system by sending malicious attachments.

A phishing email is a malicious email that impersonates a legitimate brand or person to trick users into clicking the embedded malicious attachment. The attachment can be either any link, file, image, etc., created with the sole purpose of stealing the personal information of the user/organization or spreading malware in the victim’s system.

The reason why the success rates of phishing attacks are high is that they usually appear to have come from a known or trusted person/organization. This trick works well due to the lack of phishing awareness amongst employees.

There are 7 major types of phishing techniques, including:

  • Email Phishing
  • Spear Phishing
  • Whaling
  • Smishing
  • Vishing
  • CEO fraud
  • Pharming

The effectiveness of phishing awareness training varies on the basis of the how, when, and at what frequency the training is provided. If the training is offered regularly, it will improve the employees' phishing awareness and knowledge.

ThreatCop phishing awareness training allows employees to get detailed insights into various types of phishing emails. The tool comes with a robust library that includes videos, advisories, and customizable phishing email templates. This helps in providing a training session that is highly engaging and capable of holding your employees’ interest.