Don't Take The Bait
How To Stop And Avoid Phishing Emails
91% of data breaches start with a phishing attack. Educate your employees with online security training.
What is phishing?
Phishing is an attempt to trick you into doing something that benefits someone else:
Opening an email attachment
Clicking on a link
Sharing confidential information
41% of businesses experience daily phishing attacks
Phishing is a concern for every organisation. A recent Sophos survey revealed 41% of businesses report at least daily attacks, and over three quarters (77%) experience attacks at least every month.
59% Financial gain
41% Unauthorised access
What we can do about it
Your users are the last line of defence, yet they are highly likely to also be the cause of a security breach. You are a single click away from ransomware.
The number one way to protect your business from these threats is to provide users with security awareness training.
"We can stop attacks by raising employee awareness of cybercrime, training them with the correct skills, and keeping them vigilant to use these skills on a daily basis."
- m3 Technical Director
THE TRAINING PROCESS
BASELINE ALL USERS
We research your business and send targeted emails to all employees. Typically we will see 30-70% of users fail the initial test. This gives us an indication of your vulnerability.
All employees undertake fun, interactive, online security awareness training.
REGULAR PHISHING TESTS
By regularly phishing all users, we ensure they remain vigilant and apply the skills learned in training on a daily basis. Any users that fail phishing tests must undergo further training.
We manage all aspects of the program to release your valuable time. Our in-house security experts manage the entire process to ensure it works for you.
We research your business to ensure phishing emails are targeted to your business. This ensures tests are realistic. We even impersonate your customers and suppliers.
All emails and training is monitored and reported on. This shows the training status of every employee. We can highlight those users that continue to pose a security risk.
Security training sessions count towards Continuous Professional Development credits.
WHO IS PUTTING YOUR BUSINESS AT RISK?