Reduce your largest attack surface
Phishing is big business. Attacks have shown record growth in recent years, with 66% of malware now installed via malicious email attachments, and advanced spear phishing attacks cost £1000’s to an average business. Users continue to be the easiest target for attackers in the cyber security defences of most organisations, but an army of trained, phishing-aware employees can provide you with a human firewall against these threats.
4th platform Phish Threat, powered by Sophos emulates a range of phishing attack types to help you identify areas of weakness in your organisation’s security posture, and empower users through engaging training to strengthen your organisation's defences.
Over 30 interactive training modules will educate users about specific threats such as suspicious emails, credential harvesting, password strength, and regulatory compliance. Available in a choice of nine languages, your end users will find them informative and engaging, while you’ll enjoy peace of mind when it comes to future real-world attacks.
Understand your organization’s security health and demonstrate real return on investment with intuitive dashboard results on-demand. The Phish Threat dashboard provides at-a-glance campaign results on user susceptibility and allows you to measure overall risk levels across your entire user group with live Awareness Factor data, including:
Drill–down reports will give you deeper insight into performance at an organizational, or individual user level, providing new insight into organization-wide security posture.
4th Platform Phish Threat is conveniently run entirely through your web browser. To ensure Phish Threat emails are successfully delivered, simply whitelist the IP addresses provided in your Sophos Central console along with the email addresses and domains used in your Phish Threat campaigns. Then simply import users, either via CSV file or using the handy Active Directory synchronization tool. Once your users have been uploaded, you’re ready to send your first campaign.