91% of successful data breaches started with a spear-phishing attack? Attackers go for the low-hanging fruit: humans.
Cybriant’s partner, KnowBe4, just completed a big-data analytics exercise over their 15,000 customers and came up with new baseline phish-prone percentages, and how fast it drops over time. To say the least, the numbers are very interesting, and this time they also broke them out by industry and size, showing the most at-risk industries. View on-demand webinar here.
First of all, you need to know your organization’s phish-prone percentage. We offer a phishing security test through KnowBe4. This free tool will test up to 100 users and will give you a PDF with your phish-prone percentage and charts to share with management.
Why? If you don’t do it yourself, the bad guys will.
Here’s how it works:
- Immediately start your test for up to 100 users (no need to talk to anyone)
- Customize the phishing test template based on your environment
- Choose the landing page your users see after they click
- Show users which red flags they missed, or a 404 page
- Get a PDF emailed to you within 24 hours with your Phish-prone % and charts to share with management
IT pros have realized that simulated phishing tests are urgently needed as an additional security layer. Today, phishing your own users is just as important as having antivirus and a firewall. It is a fun and an effective cybersecurity best practice to patch your last line of defense: USERS
How does your “Phish-prone” percentage compare to others in your industry? Watch the on-demand webinar to find out: https://www.cybriant.com/2018/01/on-demand-webinar-phishing-attack-landscape-and-benchmarking/
The Phish-prone percentage is usually higher than you expect and is great ammo to get budget.