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In today’s environment, social engineering attacks are prevalent and increasing. The human element is often the weakest component in a company’s security. Attackers know this and exploit it. 47% of cyber security attacks such as social engineering, spear phishing and ransomware attacks are that are financial motivated. With our service, a simulated phishing attack can be performed on a routine schedule to test employees’ security awareness. You can target any employee or group of employees with a simulated spear phishing attack. Our Phishing Simulator allows you to craft a simple email message and send it to one or several recipients using a specified mail server. You can create multiple tests targeting specific groups with one of our custom-built phishing templates or you can create your own test using our Phishing Template Builder. Spear phishing is a common everyday occurrence and a phishing awareness training program is critical to preventing these scams.
|Interesting Phishing Facts||Phishing Fact Source|
|33% of breaches included social attacks||Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) 2019|
|65% of attacker groups used spear phishing as the primary infection vector||Symantec Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) 2019|
|29% of breaches involved use of stolen credentials||Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) 2019|
|64% of organizations have experienced a phishing attack in the past year||Check Point Research Security Report 2018|
|22% of organizations see phishing as their greatest security threat||EY Global Information Security Survey 2018|
|77% of IT professionals feel their security teams are unprepared for today’s cybersecurity challenges||Check Point Research Security Report 2018|
|59% of companies consider ransomware to be their biggest threat||Check Point Research Security Report 2018|
|66% of malware is installed via malicious email attachments||Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) 2017|
|Phishing emails include fake notifications from banks, e-payment systems, email providers, social networks, online games, etc.||Kaspersky Lab Report 2016|