Formation de sensibilisation au phishing, outils anti-phishing et simulations de menaces

Cofense PhishMe, votre outil pour développer la résilience au phishing organisationnelle

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Vos employés doivent être conditionnés à repérer et à signaler immédiatement les e-mails de phishing. Avec Cofense PhishMe™, les simulations sont basées sur les dernières menaces connues comme étant capables de passer au travers des SEG, permettant ainsi à vos utilisateurs de devenir des détecteurs humains de menaces. Avec des utilisateurs résilients informés au sujet des menaces de phishing les plus récentes, vous disposez de la meilleure défense organisationnelle.

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La partie la plus importante de votre défense anti-phishing est le taux de signalement et le taux de résilience. Boostez le signalement et aidez les utilisateurs à devenir des défenseurs actifs grâce à Cofense Reporter™, notre bouton de signalement en un clic. Et avec les rapports pour conseil d’administration automatisés, vous pouvez facilement surveiller les performances du programme, les données de rapport ainsi que l’évolution en termes de résilience de votre organisation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Phishing awareness is more than being aware of what a phishing email may look like. Employees need to understand the different types of phishing, how attacks can be engineered, and the consequences of clicking on a malicious link, responding to an email with the requested information or opening a file.

Phishing training for employees is one of the most effective ways to strengthen your company´s defenses against malware, ransomware, data loss, and Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks.

Moreover, when your users report threats, your company can receive reciprocal information about phishing attacks found elsewhere. Such information can be delivered in Machine-Readable Threat Intelligence (MRTI) format, so it can be fed directly into existing security mechanisms (i.e. malicious URL detection systems), which update your technically driven online defenses against malware, data loss, and ransomware attacks.

One of the best ways to raise phishing awareness is to send simulated phishing emails to employees and stage attacks. Spear phishing and BEC attacks can be highly refined and personal. To make simulation training more impactful, include spear phishing awareness training by crafting messages that are addressed to an individual or specific group. Employ the personal and professional information you have on file to better simulate real phishing attacks that utilize social engineering. Sending a phishing email simulation containing a fake invoice query is simpler but may lack the relevant content that will make it an effective educational tool for every department.

The goals of phishing email simulation should be to build employee confidence, encourage communication, and establish habits that mitigate phishing attacks. Successfully using simulations is just one part of a larger phishing awareness campaign.

One of the best ways to raise phishing awareness is to send simulated phishing emails to employees and stage attacks. Spear phishing and BEC attacks can be highly refined and personal. To make simulation training more impactful, include spear phishing awareness training by crafting messages that are addressed to an individual or specific group. Employ the personal and professional information you have on file to better simulate real phishing attacks that utilize social engineering. Sending a phishing email simulation containing a fake invoice query is simpler but may lack the relevant content that will make it an effective educational tool for every department.

The goals of phishing email simulation should be to build employee confidence, encourage communication, and establish habits that mitigate phishing attacks. Successfully using simulations is just one part of a larger phishing awareness campaign.

A phishing awareness training program can be part of on-boarding, regular training, or done randomly to test the phishing security awareness of individuals or groups. The most effective programs will be thorough and ongoing.

Your phishing training should feature feedback, monitoring, and reporting.

Feedback should go something like this: “Here’s what you did right and here’s what you did wrong,” noting the reasons why. This lets employees and senior management discover both their weaknesses and the areas they need to improve upon.

Using a security awareness LMS allows you to do this at scale.

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