Phishing Attack
Simulation & Testing

Evaluate your organisation’s vulnerability to phishing attacks by simulating real scenarios in a controlled environment with our phishing attack simulation.

Phishing Threats: The Battle Every Business Must Win

Statista reports that during the first quarter of 2023, 40% of malicious emails received by employees worldwide were response-based or email impersonation attacks. Furthermore, 58% of these malicious emails targeted credential theft, with only 1.3% identified as malware delivery. In the second quarter, a staggering 1.28 million unique phishing sites were detected globally.

With the proliferation of sophisticated phishing attacks, it is imperative for organisations to promptly evaluate and fortify their security measures. Our simulated phishing tests provide a proactive approach to identify vulnerabilities and boost employee awareness. Contact us to minimise the risk of breaches and financial losses.


Strengthen Your Workforce:
Spot Phishing, Stop Threats

Empowering your workplace is the first line defence against the cyber attacks. A vigilant workforce not only strengthens your overall security but also makes it incredibly challenging for attackers to breach your network and access sensitive data. Our dynamic security awareness training program educates your employees on various phishing attacks, cybercriminal tactics, and the best practices for spotting and reporting suspicious emails.

Do not let your organisation fall victim to phishing attacks. Immerse your team in realistic phishing scenarios with our simulated phishing campaign.

Testing your employee's susceptibility to Social Engineering attacks

Email remains a primary method for threat actors to launch attacks, emphasising the critical need for a robust email security strategy. As organisations increasingly rely on digital communication, the susceptibility to email-based attacks grows, making it imperative to establish robust safeguards. Our phishing simulation and training go beyond traditional security measures, assisting organisation detect and respond to phishing attempts effectively while also raising awareness of evolving threats among employees. Here is how we implement our employee phishing simulation solution:

Target Audience Identification

Analysing the composition, roles, and access levels of your workforce, we will pinpoint employees most vulnerable to social engineering based on their responsibilities, ensuring training is customised to enhance their ability to resist phishing tactics effectively.

Employing advanced methods, we will replicate genuine phishing emails to assess your employees’ vulnerability to such tactics and track and analyse their reactions to gain valuable insights into areas where improvement is needed to enhance cybersecurity awareness.

We will generate a report pinpointing employees who fell victim, addressing their specific vulnerabilities, assisting in understanding the extent of susceptibility within your workforce, and prioritise remediation for enhanced cybersecurity resilience.

Based on the findings of the simulations, we will offer in-depth phishing threat awareness training to educate employees on recognising and responding to real-world phishing email attacks to reduce the level of vulnerability within your organisation.

Ensuring ongoing improvement and reinforcement of security awareness among employees, we will conduct follow-up simulation tests post-training to reinforce concepts and measure the progress of employees in identifying and responding to email phishing threats.

We will establish a continual simulation schedule, regularly challenging your employees with updated tactics through ongoing phishing testing to enhance their capability of staying vigilant and prepared against evolving cyber security threats.

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Build Resilience, Beat Phishing: Start our Simulation Today

Are you confident your employees can spot a phishing attempt? Phishing attacks often rely on human error, and traditional security measures may not be enough to prevent them. Our simulations are carefully crafted to replicate real-world phishing, utilising various techniques in emails, and mimicking actual attackers. We will allow your employees to gain first-hand knowledge of the tactics employed by attackers and learn how to identify and respond effectively to potential threats.

Take the proactive step of building resilience against phishing threats with our simulation service. Contact us and significantly reduce the risk of falling victim to a phishing attack.


Phishing Attack Simulation is a proactive cybersecurity exercise that simulates real-world phishing attacks to test employees’ awareness and susceptibility to phishing scams. It involves sending simulated phishing emails to employees and monitoring their responses to identify areas of vulnerability and provide targeted training.

Various types of phishing attacks can be simulated, including deceptive emails that mimic legitimate organisations, spear phishing attacks targeting specific individuals or departments, and social engineering techniques that exploit human vulnerabilities to trick individuals into revealing sensitive information or taking malicious actions.

If an employee falls for a simulated phishing attack, it serves as a valuable teaching moment. Typically, when an employee interacts with a simulated phishing email (such as clicking a link or entering credentials), they are redirected to an educational page or receive immediate feedback indicating that it was a simulated exercise. This helps raise awareness about the potential risks and provides an opportunity for additional training and education.

Common warning signs of phishing include suspicious email addresses or domains, grammatical errors or unusual language in the email content, requests for personal or sensitive information, urgent or threatening language, and unexpected attachments or links. Employees should be trained to recognise these warning signs and exercise caution before interacting with such emails.

Phishing Simulation Service offers several benefits. It helps organisations identify vulnerabilities and gaps in their employees’ security awareness, allowing targeted training to improve their responses to real-world phishing attacks. It enhances overall cybersecurity posture, reduces the risk of successful phishing attacks, and protects sensitive data and systems from compromise.

We offer a range of phishing simulations tailored to meet specific organisational needs. These may include general phishing email simulations, targeted spear phishing simulations, training modules on identifying phishing signs, and interactive educational resources to reinforce security awareness best practices.

When a phishing email is opened, it may attempt to deceive the recipient into taking action, such as clicking on a malicious link, providing sensitive information, or downloading malware onto their device. This underscores the importance of vigilance and training in recognising and responding to phishing attempts.

Employees who click on a suspicious link during a phishing simulation test may be redirected to an educational page informing them that it was a simulated exercise. The employee will then receive guidance on identifying and avoiding such phishing attempts in the future. Clicking on a suspicious link during a real phishing attack can lead to various consequences, such as malware infection, credential theft, or unauthorised access to sensitive information.

Yes, we offer training and follow-up resources for employees who fall for the simulations. This may include additional cybersecurity awareness training, interactive modules on recognising and avoiding phishing attacks, and ongoing support and guidance to help employees develop a stronger security mindset. Our goal is to empower employees with the knowledge and skills needed to protect themselves and the organisation from phishing threats.

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