Long View’s Phishing Simulation and Education service begins with the understanding that anyone within the organization is vulnerable to attacks that provide intruders with an opportunity to install malware or encryption software. This “no blame approach” is designed to shift the focus away from what an employee may be doing wrong to teaching them how to recognize and combat complex phishing schemes.
Through a monthly process that sends simulated and specially targeted phishing emails to employees, we will test their ability to recognize suspicious emails and what measures they currently take to limit the likelihood of a breach. We will also provide a monthly report identifying notable trends in user behavior and implementing a training assessment scorecard to ensure that the proper corrective measures are taken to address threats on a continuous basis.
Finally, we submit a thorough analysis of a client’s network to determine the level of exposure resulting from insufficient security patching, ranking existing vulnerabilities by their criticality to better prioritize patching efforts on a wholistic versus single incident basis.