PhishMe Unveils Fully Integrated Phishing Defense Solution to Combat Multi-Billion Dollar Phishing Problem

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.

PhishMe Blazes Extraordinary Pathway for Enterprise Phishing Defense as Finalist in the 2016 Tech Trailblazer Awards

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.

HMRC Phishing Messages Still a Threat

As the Self Assessment Tax Return deadline looms in the UK, PhishMe has warned of phishing messages, purporting to be from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) circulating. While the number of campaigns* circulating in 2015 has decreased against previous years, the messages themselves still pose a threat due to their sophisticated and devious nature.

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