Conditioning employees to detect and report suspicious email is a strategy security leaders have adopted through PhishMe’s innovative solutions. CISOs have realized that while technology continues to get better at preventing malware, the attackers continue to elevate their game and never rests, and neglecting people as defenders would be a mistake.
Global leader in enterprise phishing defense and intelligence drives towards rapid development and expansion into Europe and Asia with significant VC investment
LEESBURG, VA – July 26th, 2016 – PhishMe Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today announced it has raised $42.5 million in Series C funding led by existing investor Paladin Capital Group, an established, multi-stage private equity firm that initially invested in the business in 2012. The deal also saw the participation from new investor Bessemer Venture Partners, a $4 billion venture capital firm investing in startups at every stage, in every corner of the globe.
Phishing Incident Response – Human-Verified Phishing Intelligence Meets OSINT
Ransomware, business email compromise (BEC), malware infections, and credential-based theft all stem from a primary vector of compromise – phishing. And no business large or small is exempt!
Global leader in enterprise phishing defense and intelligence unveils highly anticipated update to help organizations resist Ransomware, Business Email Compromise (BEC) and other timely threats
LEESBURG, VA – London, UK – June 8 2016 – PhishMe Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, announced today the integration of critical content into PhishMe Simulator™ to help prepare employees for trending phishing attacks and damaging payloads. The Active Threats update allows operators to quickly utilize phishing templates based on current real-world attacks that are targeting organizations, such as Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Ransomware. Simulating these types of attacks ensures users are aware of the new techniques used by phishers and empowers operators with a resource to combat new threats early on.
PhishMe’s Analysis of phishing campaigns, in first three months of 2016, shows an intensified 789% year-over-year spike in malware and phishing threats
Leesburg, (Va. USA) & London (UK) – June 04 2016- PhishMe, a global provider of phishing-defense solutions for the enterprise, today revealed that its analysis of phishing email campaigns from the first three months of 2016 has seen a 6.3 million increase in raw numbers, due primarily to a ransomware upsurge against the last quarter of 2015. That is a staggering 789% jump.
Published today, PhishMe’s Q1 2016 Malware Review identified three key trends previously recorded throughout 2015, but have come to full fruition in the last few months:
Today, our research team released our 2016 Q1 Malware Review, detailing more than 600 Active Threat Reports and the waves of phishing emails that delivered malware to victims across the globe each day last quarter. Among the sea of threats reported, the proliferation of ransomware stood out as one of the most common types of malware used through soft targeting and massively distributed attacks.
Global Experts in Human Phishing Defense Provide Enterprise-Grade Flagship Solution Designed for SMBs Worldwide, Updates Free Computer-Based Training Modules
LEESBURG, VA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwired – May 12, 2016) – PhishMe Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today confirmed the release of Simulator™ Small Business Edition (SBE) — a scaled version of its market-leading flagship Simulator solution. Built specifically for smaller organizations, Simulator SBE conditions employee security behavior to identify and deflect phishing attacks through proven, immersive education processes. PhishMe also confirmed new updates to their CBFree Modules, PhishMe’s free premium Computer Based Training (CBT) courses designed to deliver compliant, best-in-class security awareness education.
This week, Recorded Future published another segment in their recent “Threat Intelligence Thought Leadership Series” featuring PhishMe’s Chief Threat Scientist Gary Warner. The article titled Why You Should Launch a Threat Intelligence ‘Hunt’ Team covers a variety of perspectives on threat intelligence, from driving factors in today’s threat intelligence community, actionable intelligence trends and even advice for aspiring threat intelligence analysts on how to navigate today’s information security landscape.
Today, we happily launched our comprehensive end-of-year report Gone Phishing: 2015 Global Malware Round Up Report completely free to the public and our customers. This whitepaper provides information security professionals, incident response teams, threat intelligence analysts and C-level technology leaders across the globe with insights on the most effective phishing attacks used today and the malware payloads they deliver.