Phishing Assessment

Fight against Phishing with Phishing Assesment

Organizations invest heavily in technologies and some in processes to protect their information asset. They often neglect the people who handle and process that information. There are many reasons for this and two of them are, “people can never be taught to behave securely so no point investing in educating them because eventually, they will still make silly security mistakes” and “investment on awareness solutions are very expensive so might as well we invest in the best security technologies which will guarantee protection of our information”. Both these thoughts are clearly ignoring the fact that most of the cyber attacks are targeted at the people of the organizations via phishing emails.

At Cyber Intelligence we have proven that employees are not stupid and they can be conditioned behave securely and not fall for phishing attacks. Our customers use Phishla, our security awareness training and phishing assessment tool to perform continuous simulated phishing attacks on their employees.

Large library of security awareness content

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Security Awareness Topics

Cyber Intelligence’s strategic partnerships with NINJIO and BeOne Development allows us to offer you the best security awareness content in the world. Our continuous search for more strategic partnerships will enable us to have a large library of security awareness training content; including interactive modules, videos, games, posters and newsletters.

We offer two types of security awareness videos; i.e. Hollywood style fully animated videos and interactive e-Learning videos. Check out some of the topics that we have for each type:

  1. Rogue USB Drive
  2. Social Engineering Attack (using data collected from social websites)
  3. Malware Attack on Personal Computer
  4. Large-Scale Cyber Attack Against a Multinational Company
  5. Safe Usage of Work Email
  6. Ransomware Attack
  7. Scamming a Payroll Worker
  8. Bank Accounts and Online Scammers
  9. Wi-Fi Security
  10. Identity Theft
  11. Password Security
  12. Physical Security

and many more…

  1. Access Control
  2. Be Careful With Your Information
  3. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  4. Business and Personal Use of the Internet, Email and Social Media
  5. Clear Desk, Screen and Office
  6. Cyber Security (General)
  7. How is Information Classified?
  8. Information Classification
  9. Introduction Program Information Security
  10. Know Who You Are Dealing With
  11. Malware
  12. Mobile Devices Security
  13. Phishing
  14. Reporting Information Security Incidents
  15. Risk Management
  16. Social Media and Working in the Cloud
  17. Strong Passwords
  18. Working in Public Places

and many more…

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