Phishing exploits are a significant factor in information security incidents & breaches1, and often opens the door for malware and eventual exfiltration of data.
Phishing is both pervasive and profitable for the bad guys—and it’s not going away anytime soon. Frequent internal phishing simulations ensure the people in your organization know how to spot the “bait” rather than take it.
1. Verizon DBIR 2018
Equipping your tackle box
Phishslap phishing simulator helps you create and execute internal email phishing campaigns so you can reach as many as possible from inside the organization to help prevent a successful phishing attack from bad actors outside the organization.
Phishslap was developed by the Information Security Office at the Georgia Institute of Technology for the specific purpose of conducting phishing simulation campaigns at scale in a higher education environment.
What is phishing?
Phishing is usually an email send under false pretences to get the respondent to open an attachment, click on a link, or go to a website. The goal of is phishing is to deceive a user into offering up important or sensitive information by pretending to be a legitimate site where users might normally provide such information or to have a user download/instal malicious software on their device.
I'm new to phishing simulation.
Whether you’re an experienced angler just getting getting started, Phishslap includes the gear you need to start sending phishing emails internally.
Higher Education Pricing
As a public benefit company, we’ve committed to cultivating cyber-secure ecosystems by offering significant discounts to higher education institutions and non-profits.
- 5K $ Small Yearly
Up to 5k Seats
- 10K $ Medium Yearly
- 15K $ Large Yearly
Ready to tackle phishing attempts?
We’re here to help you get started. Contact us to see how phishing simulations with Phishslap can keep your organization from taking the bait.