The Four Percent
Con-artists prey on our weaknesses – a sense of urgency ( you available now? ) or fear of missing out ( this must be renewed by [date] ) or prestige ( I’d heard you knew how to get things done ).
Cybercriminals use these kinds of ploys to get us to give up valuable information, like credentials.
According to Bryley partner Check Point four percent of email that seems to come from trusted businesses is a scam.1 In this kind of attack the familiar company name and logo relaxes our defenses so we click. Once the scammers get what they need, they typically install one of the many forms of malware on our network, steal sensitive data and hold it for ransom.
Sure looked good. Microsoft was the number one faked email sender in the Check Point research.2
Bryley Phishing Campaigns is a form of war games for your organization in which the latest and various phishing attacks are simulated. When your employees have been trained in the field – in their work environment – how to identify suspicious emails, the organization will be much less likely to be the victim of these kinds of attacks. Proper training cuts the number of breaches to be dealt with, the amount of downtime and hours spent on recovery, even the number and cost of ransoms paid to criminals.
Bryley Phishing Campaigns can help you ensure the security of your customers’ data, which, in turn, helps guard your company’s reputation and even survival.
Bryley has the training expertise and tools to lessen the risk your organization will be derailed by an incident. Equip your team with the tools you need them to have to detect and prevent cyberattacks.
Bryley Systems has helped organizations achieve continuity through managed IT since 1987. If you would like more information about Bryley’s approach to phishing simulation training please complete the form, below, call 978.562.6077 or email ITExperts@Bryley.com.