In and of themselves, phishing simulations don’t raise awareness. Neither does forcing those who “failed” to sit through a lecture or long videos on cyber security. Phishing simulations, however, do give companies an indication of where they’re at awareness wise. An awareness score, if you will. But it only applies to the kind of phishing that was tested in the simulation. What it doesn’t tell you is…
AwareGO security blog
Stay up to date on security threats. AwareGO focuses on security awareness training, we help prevent phishing, tailgaiting, social engineering and multile other threats. Find our Threat-list here
The key to spear phishing is that the criminal knows something about the recipient.
No matter how great your software is, it only takes one person to click the wrong link.
Ransomware attacks seem be everywhere and it seems like there’s a new and nastier version out every day. But it is possible to prevent ransomware from getting onto your network in the first place.
Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details by disguising as a trustworthy entity.