Patented Multi-Variable Attack Simulations
In today’s threat landscape, you can be phished from more than just email. Train your team on every facet of threat with PhishLine’s multi-variable attacks with campaigns that include Smishing (SMS/Text), Vishing (Voicemail) and Found Physical Media. This unique capability will help prevent users from receiving the same mock phishing template in a campaign and can allow for hypothesis-based testing (A/B tests).
Protect your user base by training them to recognize unfamiliar outgoing texts with our industry-leading smishing simulation. The innovative incoming mode allows you to email requests to text custom phone numbers as the call-to-action for otherwise innocuous emails, catching what would be a normally unknown vector before it can be used against your workforce.
Employees get many phone calls each day, which one of those will cost the company? With PhishLine’s anti-voicemail phishing or ‘Vishing’ we provide fully customizable simulated threats that will compliment any security awareness campaign.
Found Physical Media (USB/SD Card)
Using the same Smart Attachment technology found in our email campaigns, you can distribute files on portable drives and cards with watermarks in a variety of file formats to track who is willing to plug it into your network. The files won’t cause security problems even if non-employees find them as the content redirects users to landing pages designed to educate on the perils found in anonymous portable media.
Advanced Threat Simulation Features
Crafting effective scenarios is paramount when developing an effective anti-spearphishing campaign especially in long-term approaches where users would start seeing repetitive emails. Prevent that by using PhishLine’s advanced threat simulation features including time stamping to create a sense of urgency prompting users to respond before they can think it through, phone home macros, DLP tagging, geo-location and more. Our patented system allows for multiple combinations of email templates, landing pages, email account senders, and web server domains within a single campaign.