Humans are the weakest link in the information security chain, and cybercriminals know this better than anyone else.
Phishing has been going on for many years now, yet many users continue to fall prey to tactics that bait victims into revealing their personal information. There is a reason why this type of cyber threat is so prevalent and dangerous: besides being relatively inexpensive, it is also very easy to execute.
Identifying an email scam is not always a straightforward process. This is where OhPhish comes in! Our phishing simulations mimic real-life attack scenarios that teach your employees to spot phishing scams and avoid the hefty cost of a data breach.
OhPhish’s solution delivers targeted phishing campaigns to a huge number of users in just a few clicks. You can easily schedule the time, date, and frequency of your campaigns to the employees you’re targeting.
Create or choose from our vast collection of simulation templates which covers the most current phishing tactics. Customize the level difficulty of your phishing templates starting with the easiest template and increase the level of difficulty until your employees become masters at spotting phishing scams.
OhPhish identifies areas of weakness in your organization and empowers your employees to better protect your organization by executing a real-life phishing attack without all the risks that accompany one.
SMiShing or SMS phishing is a variant of phishing scams. It basically uses text messages to trick users into divulging their confidential information.
Having a mobile phone means that consumers have access to almost an unlimited amount of data whenever they need it. Sadly, this access is reciprocal, and safeguarding your data is also another challenge altogether.
As texting is one of the most common methods of communication for many users, this inevitability makes it an irresistible target for many cybercriminals. SMiShing has become one of the main tools in a scammer’s arsenal, partly because it is so easy to wield and requires little technical knowledge.
SMiShing typically follows the usual phishing route. Each text contains a link that directs the target to a website and asks them to fill in their details or prompts them to download malware onto their system. However, as opposed to a standard phishing attack, the success rates are higher with a SMiShing attack because users are not conditioned to receiving spam on their mobile phones.
To help you protect your organization, OhPhish’s SMiShing simulation can test your users in the same way a cybercriminal would and gauge their understanding of the dangers associated with this scam.
We can help you establish a baseline measurement on how susceptible your employees are to SMiShing and measure their progress against the baseline.
Schedule your campaigns during work hours and maximize the visibility of your campaigns.
Voice Phishing, commonly known as vishing, is the telephone equivalent of phishing. Like its email counterpart, vishing tricks users into revealing confidential information over the phone by posing as a trusted entity. Vishing scams can be very convincing because these callers are usually experts in their respective fields.
The main reason why vishing scams are on the rise is because of how easily cybercriminals can execute these attacks with minimal risk of detection.
Vishing often begins where phishing ends. For instance, you click on a link for an advertisement that relates to your own personal interest. The link, which hides embedded malware, triggers a lock-up component that only a helpful “technical” person can help you with. So, you call the number you see and spend some money to remediate the problem. Little did you know, it was all just part of the scam, and the company that you just called was the culprit that created this problem in the first place.
Scammers often use caller ID spoofing to lend them credibility when they send out calls to potential victims. As a result, victims are compelled to pick up the call, especially if it appears to be coming from a legitimate source or from a number similar to their own. Regardless of the source, most vishing attempts would convince victims to give up confidential information. This information is then used for identity fraud or to steal money from their accounts.
With OhPhish’s solution, we can help you guard against vishing-based scams and ensure that your employees don’t become easy targets for scammers.
Choose how you want to vish your users. With our user-friendly interface, you can make calls to your users simply by uploading the numbers in your address book.
Fully customize your voice experience for the most successful and targeted engagements. You can provide your own audio files or use our pre-set voices for your campaign.
We have a variety of vishing templates available to you. You can select multiple categories or a single template to vish your users.
Triggering phishing campaigns has never been easier. Just specify the time and date you want your calls to go out.
Our phishing reporting tool helps you gain visibility into your organization’s risk behavior and measure the overall risk levels across your user groups. You will also have different types of reports at your disposal, including: