An average organization is targeted by over 700 social engineering attacks in a year. Secure email gateways are no longer sufficient to defend against today’s sophisticated social-engineering attacks.
Phishing is old news, but hackers are inventing ingenious ways to avoid detection and deliver their malicious payloads to users’ inboxes. They shorten URLs, use numerous redirects, and host malicious links on document sharing sites, all to avoid being blocked by email scanning technologies.
Some attacks will land in users’ inboxes. What happens next depends how well employees have been trained. Fight phishing with continuous Security Awareness Training and simulation. Ensure staffers can recognize these attacks, understand their fraudulent nature, and know how to report them.
With continuous training and customized simulations, your staff will learn to identify social-engineering attacks and respond appropriately. Our program will provide monthly reporting to help management assess the security risks and make decisions on the next training lesson. Ask your CTN account manager about Security Awareness Training.