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.
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our brand new PhishMe Community. The site is designed exclusively for PhishMe customers as a centralized hub where users can build a collaborative knowledge base, learn technical tips and tricks, engage with peers to share new ideas, and grow existing anti-phishing programs.
Judges Recognize Human Phishing Defense Solution Used by Fortune 500 Enterprises to Protect Data and Systems Against Multi-Billion Dollar Phishing Threat
LEESBURG, Va. & SAN FRANCISCO – March 3, 2016 – PhishMe® Inc., the leader in human phishing defense solutions, today announced that SC Magazine honored the company with a 2016 SC Award for Best IT and Security Training Program. Winners of this prestigious award were chosen after undergoing a rigorous judging process that included testimonials, industry assessments and additional research. PhishMe was hand-picked by a panel of judges for its outstanding service, qualifications and advancements to the cybersecurity industry.
Trusted Leader in Phishing Defense Expands Offerings to Global Customers Through Expanded Distribution Channels and New Product Offering
LEESBURG, Va. & SAN FRANCISCO – March 3, 2016 – PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today unveiled during RSA 2016 the PhishMe Channel Alliance, a formalized channel distribution program designed to bring premier PhishMe security solutions to the global market. Following PhishMe’s record-breaking 892 percent growth over the last three years, the company is kicking off its global channel efforts by releasing a new solution available exclusively through the channel and made specifically for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Join PhishMe at RSA 2016 (S1021) to Learn How Joint Customers Maximize Investments in FireEye, HP Enterprise, IBM, LogRhythm, Splunk, OpenDNS and Recorded Future
LEESBURG, VA & SAN FRANCISCO — March 2, 2016—PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today announced the launch of the PhishMe Technology Alliance Program (TAP), comprised of an ecosystem of leading security providers and multiple, key technical integrations. The alliance provides joint customers with easy and effective integrations that strengthen security, improve operational workflow and manageability, maximize security investments and reduce the risk of falling victim to phishing-driven cyberattacks.
Human Conditioning, Intelligence and Incident Response Overcome Failing Automation Technology Patchwork
LEESBURG, VA & SAN FRANCISCO — March 1, 2016— PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today announced during RSA Conference 2016 that it has fully integrated its powerful product suite comprised of Simulator, Reporter, Triage and Intelligence. The integration delivers customers with a comprehensive solution for attack identification, human-verified intelligence and incident response that turns employees into the most powerful line of defense against phishing. As the top attack vector in use today, spear phishing is responsible for more than 90 percent of all breaches – costing the world economy hundreds of billions of dollars annually.
We’re excited to announce that PhishMe has been named a finalist for the 2016 Tech Trailblazer Awards in the “Security Trailblazer” category. This prestigious award recognizes both established and up-and-coming startups.
At PhishMe, we strive to provide companies with a comprehensive, enterprise-class phishing defense solution – one that proactively engages every employee in the fight against phishing attacks and malware. Human targets, such as employees, are the number one attack target for hackers because of the level of network access they can provide, making phishing attacks one of the most prolific threat vectors used today. Without building a human layer of defense through the behavioral conditioning of employees to recognize potential threats, security teams cannot keep pace with increasingly sophisticated onslaught of attacks.