Phishing Simulation with PhishTrain™

Security experts agree that phishing is the most common and costly type of internet fraud, with the potential to cause significant damage. The ability to identify a phishing email is a critical business skill that all employees must develop.

Are you confident your employees can differentiate between a legitimate email and a targeted phishing email from a malicious attacker? If your answer is “no,” you’ll want to add PhishTrain™, our phishing simulation and testing platform, to your Human Firewall 2.0™ plan.

PhishTrain provides the tools you need to easily test and assess your employees’ ability to resist phishing attacks. It enables your organization to simulate an attack, assess responses, and intervene with just-in-time training. With its integration with GLS OnDemand, PhishTrain automatically enrolls users in various levels of anti-phishing communication and training based on their reactions to the simulated threats.

Phishing Methodology

Teach Learners About Phishing with Scenario-based Instruction and Testing

The costly consequences of phishing make it critical for organizations to present learners with real-world workplace scenarios such as potentially malicious emails and bogus websites, test their responses and follow up with targeted education.

In the highly interactive training and simulation experience offered by Global Learning Systems, learners are challenged to recognize common types of phishing and social engineering attacks and choose the safest course of action. Individual learners follow different paths through the instruction based on their responses. As they progress through the course, they build their awareness of phishing tactics and test their ability to identify and respond to threats appropriately.

In addition to teaching important facts about typical phishing methods and telltale indicators, our training arms learners with simple, practical tips for protecting themselves and the organization. By the end of the training, employees have the critical knowledge they need to keep sensitive business information secure from a range of phishing attacks.