Phishing as a Service

A phishing attack is a social engineering exercise which involves malicious actors (hackers) sending fraudulent emails in order to persuade victims into performing certain actions such as:

  • clicking on a link or an attachment,
  • influencing the victims into sending over their credentials,
  • transferring money,
  • or even installing malicious software on their machine.

In a corporate environment, attackers tend to leverage phishing as the first step to gaining a foothold on a target organisation. In fact, it has been reported that phishing accounts for 90% of the data breaches and it has grown by 65% in the last year.

 

Cybergate’s Phishing-as-a-Service (PhaaS) is a fully-managed phishing programme designed for organisations who are concerned about their users’ ability to accurately differentiate between a phishing email and a genuine one. Utilising the latest tools, techniques and designs malicious actors use, Cybergate will periodically launch phishing campaigns targeting your employees.

 

Examples of Phishing templates that are available:

  • Paypal phishing templates
  • Office365 phishing templates
  • Facebook phishing templates
  • Ebay phishing templates
  • Amazon phishing templates

This will provide a comprehensive, continuous assessment of your organisation’s exposure to phishing attacks.

Get in touch now to protect your organisation from falling for phishing scams.

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