PhishMe Shortlisted as Finalist in Two Categories at Coveted 2016 Computing Security Awards
We are proud to confirm that PhishMe has been named as a finalist in two categories at the 2016 Computing Security Awards. PhishMe Simulator is shortlisted for ‘Anti Phishing Solution of the Year’ and ‘The Human Factor Award’ at a ceremony set to take place at London’s Cumberland Hotel on October 13th, 2016.
The Computing Security Awards champions the solutions and providers that help to keep organizations secure. Shortlisted for two distinct categories, PhishMe has been recognized not only for developing innovative human phishing defense and intelligence solutions, but also for its services to help organizations reduce phishing risk and susceptibility of human error-related data breaches.
With over 20 million employees trained in 160 countries, PhishMe Simulator has been proven to reduce the threat of employees falling victim to advanced cyber-attacks by up to 95%. The shortlisting at the Computing Security Awards is a credit to the hard work of the PhishMe research teams who use real phishing emails to create timely examples and content focused on today’s greatest threats such as Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Ransomware, transforming the entire workforce into an empowered line of defense against phishing.
Voting is open to the public so don’t forget to lend your support for us here and you can share on Twitter @PhishMe to help spread the word! The winners will be announced on 13 October at the Cumberland Hotel in Marble Arch, London.