HackNotice has launched continuous phishing functionality to assist firms to achieve cybersecurity compliance by educating staff about phishing and social engineering attacks. HackNotice’s phishing assists individuals in understanding and recognizing the many forms of attacks that threat actors can use. Writing, sending, and reviewing phishing campaigns may be a time-consuming procedure for the security team, especially when pricey phishing platforms leave a lot to be desired.
Steve Thomas, CEO of HackNotice commented, “Social engineering attacks are rampant, and this is after the fact that security awareness training and phish testing are mandatory programs people must enroll in at work. However, the problem is that these programs are compliance-focused instead of people-focused.
Our new phishing capability not only helps companies get to compliance, but it also opens up the conversation about phishing and helps people to understand how phishing is tied to overall threat awareness.”
HackNotice’s phishing can be implemented with the click of a mouse, enabling people to identify phishing emails and determine what measures to do if they receive them. While HackNotice currently assists employees in identifying dangerous conduct, increasing security awareness, and monitoring, measuring, and managing employee progress, the latest component assists businesses in developing a comprehensive strategy to battle cyber threats.
Phishing is covered in the current service for clients who use HackNotice to defend their firm. The new feature includes dynamic phishing emails and landing sites, open and clicks tracking, and more dashboards and analytics to help you evaluate how your staff is progressing.