At Spentera, we understand the growing threat posed by phishing attacks. That's why we're proud to offer Phishing as a Service (PaaS), a cutting-edge solution that makes it easy for individuals and organizations to protect themselves from these attacks.
With PaaS, you can access a range of pre-made phishing templates, customized phishing campaigns, and technical support from our team of experts. If you're an organization looking to test your employees' security awareness, PaaS has everything you need to get started.
If your company already regularly conducts cybersecurity awareness activities, you can test the effectiveness of these activities with Phishing as a Service
A company is concerned about the increasing threat posed by phishing attacks, and wants to improve its employees' security awareness and resilience to these attacks. To achieve this goal, the company decides to implement Phishing as a Service (PaaS) from a trusted provider.
The Phishing as a Service offering provides the company with access to a range of pre-made phishing templates and customized phishing campaigns that simulate real-world attacks. These campaigns are designed to test the employees' ability to identify and respond to phishing threats, and provide the company with valuable data and insights into its security posture.
The company's IT security team works closely with the Spentera team to set up and configure the phishing campaigns, and to define the target audience for each campaign. The campaigns are then launched, and the results are monitored in real-time by the Spentera team of security experts.
After each campaign, the company receives a detailed report that includes information on which employees fell for the phishing attack, and which employees were able to successfully identify and respond to the threat. This information is used to inform future phishing campaigns, and to identify areas for improvement in the company security awareness and incident response programs.
With Phishing as a Service, the company is able to significantly improve its employees' security awareness, and to identify and address any vulnerabilities in its security posture. This helps the bank to reduce the risk of a successful phishing attack, and to better protect its customers' sensitive information.
In the information security chain, people are often the weakest link. While there is no fixed method for people assessment testing, we use a baseline testing that includes.