Phishing Simulations & Awareness Services

Enhance your security posture through our phishing simulation services and security awareness training. Our interactive phishing simulation services are carefully crafted to assess user behavior and test awareness, aligning with your security protocols and regulatory compliance audit requirements.

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Phishing Simulation & Cyber Security Training

phishing simulation services and security awareness training

End users are often considered the weakest link in any security setup, and Information Security is no exception. While the IT department may boast a well-designed and extremely efficient security system, an end user lacking awareness can still create a security breach.

People are independent thinkers and actors, always exploring new ways. Sometimes, these activities can create opportunities for those with malicious intentions. Despite multiple awareness training sessions, humans tend to make and repeat mistakes. Even today, with technological advancements, emails remain a common avenue for hackers to breach corporate networks. Running continuous awareness programs is the only option to keep such threats at bay.

Net Access assists its enterprise customers in running cyber security awareness campaigns and simulating email phishing attacks on their networks to gauge the effectiveness of these campaigns. We offer a unique and cost-effective program that repeats the campaign, ensuring users are continually tested and trained, thus improving the security ecosystem continuously.

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Phishing! What is it?

Phishing is a sort of social engineering attack used frequently for obtaining user information, including login credentials and payment card information. It happens when a victim opens an email, instant message, or text message after being tricked into doing so by an attacker posing as a reliable source. The recipient is subsequently misled into clicking a dangerous link, which can result in the installation of malware, the freezing of the system as part of a ransomware assault, or the disclosure of private data. 

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Phishing email statistics suggest that nearly 1.2% of all emails sent are malicious, which in numbers translated to 3.4 billion phishing emails daily. Extortion of over 35 million records is expected to occur by 2025 with a ransomware or phishing attack occurring every 11 seconds.

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How to Prevent Phishing Attacks?

Enterprises should educate and train their employees to be wary of any communication that requests personal or financial information. They should also instruct employees to report the threat to the company’s security operations team immediately. 

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Demand, interactive posters related to phishing attacks, how to spot phishing emails, and what to do and not do after receiving phishing emails will be distributed for a couple of days before initiating Phishing simulation campaign.


Simulated phishing attacks initiated to the employees, this will provide you with insight into the various aspects of your business, highlighting potentially weak areas that require further security- awareness investment


Analysis stats and graphs for the Phishing Simulations will showcase the entire data like employee click rate, email opened and email not opened with detailed list.

What Net Access Offers you?

By analyzing the human aspect and identifying parts of your company’s operations that are more vulnerable to successful phishing, Net Access will benefit your organization. This service is split into three categories which include a simple campaign to one that is more advanced. Enhancements can be made in accordance with certain requirements.  

Types of phishing simulation campaigns

Type 1

Campaign with little customization designed to simulate as important members of your organization's staff or departments in an effort to obtain sensitive information from your employees

Type 2

A customized campaign disguised as legitimate business-specific communication that asks users for confidential information such as username and password-based Phishing Page Portals


Net Access will deliver your findings in a detailed report that captures all users' interaction with the campaign, including employee click rate, email open, not open email list. This will provide you with insight into the various aspects of your business, highlighting potentially weak areas that require further security awareness.

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Defend Against Phishing Attacks

Phishing Awareness Training

Our phishing awareness training solutions will help them to identify phishing email scams is critical as identification of such attempted attacks is the key step to preventing them. If certain criteria are met, such as the presence of email sender and domain name check and also check the embedded hyperlinks presence in the email , there is clear evidence of fraudulent intentions which can easily be prevented with enough training.

Repeated Phishing Simulations

The effectiveness of the phishing attack security training in increasing user awareness and successfully identifying and avoiding phishing attempts can be evaluated by conducting another phishing simulation campaign post awareness training has been given. Phishing simulation exercises should ideally be included in the biannual security evaluation. Such exercises will produce findings that are reflected in the organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy and policy.

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Phishing simulation services offer several benefits, including

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Risk Awareness

Employees become more aware of the risks associated with phishing attacks, fostering a proactive security mindset.

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Behavioral Analysis

Simulations help assess how employees react to phishing attempts, enabling organizations to identify areas for improvement in user behavior.

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Training Effectiveness

By testing users’ responses, organizations can measure the effectiveness of their security awareness training programs and tailor them to address specific vulnerabilities.

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Regulatory Compliance

Phishing simulations assist in meeting regulatory compliance requirements by ensuring employees are well-versed in recognizing and reporting phishing threats.

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Incident Response Improvement

Organizations can refine their incident response plans based on insights gained from phishing simulations, enhancing their ability to mitigate real threats effectively.

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Reduced Security Risks

Improved user awareness and behavior contribute to a decreased likelihood of falling victim to actual phishing attacks, reducing overall security risks.

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Data Protection

Phishing simulations help safeguard sensitive data by educating employees on the importance of verifying requests for confidential information.

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Cost Savings

By proactively addressing security vulnerabilities, organizations may avoid the financial repercussions associated with successful phishing attacks, such as data breaches and regulatory fines.

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Continuous Improvement

Regular simulations provide ongoing opportunities for improvement, helping organizations stay ahead of evolving phishing tactics and maintaining a resilient security posture.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Common warning signs of phishing include:

  1. Mismatched URLs: Verify the URL in the address bar for discrepancies.
  2. Generic Greetings: Phishing emails often use generic greetings instead of personalized salutations.
  3. Urgency: Messages urging immediate action may indicate a phishing attempt.
  4. Spelling and Grammar Issues: Phishing emails may contain noticeable language errors.
  5. Unexpected Attachments or Links: Be cautious with unsolicited attachments or links.
  6. Mismatched Sender Email: Check if the sender’s email matches the organization’s official domain.
  7. Requests for Personal Information: Legitimate entities don’t typically request sensitive information via email.
  8. Unusual Sender Email: Be wary of emails from unknown or suspicious sender addresses.
  9. Too Good to Be True Offers: Scams may promise unrealistic rewards or benefits.
  10. Hover Over Links: Hover over links to preview the actual URL before clicking.

Types of phishing include:

  1. Email Phishing: Deceptive emails to trick recipients into revealing information.
  2. Spear Phishing: Targeted attacks on specific individuals or organizations.
  3. Vishing (Voice Phishing): Scams via phone calls, often impersonating legitimate entities.
  4. Smishing (SMS Phishing): Phishing attempts through SMS or text messages.
  5. Pharming: Redirecting users to fraudulent websites without their knowledge.
  6. Clone Phishing: Creating a replica of a legitimate email to deceive recipients.
  7. Whaling: Targeting high-profile individuals within an organization.
  8. Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) Attacks: Intercepting and altering communication between parties.
  9. Business Email Compromise (BEC): Targeting businesses to compromise financial transactions.
  10. Homograph Attacks: Using visually similar characters in URLs to deceive users.

When a phishing email is opened:

 It may install malware on the recipient’s device.

It can lead to stolen personal or financial information.

It may compromise the security of the recipient’s accounts or system.

Yes, phishing simulations can be customized to replicate specific scenarios, industry-relevant threats, or emerging phishing tactics. Tailoring simulations to the organization’s context ensures a more targeted and effective training experience.

Key metrics to track during phishing simulations include click-through rates, susceptibility rates, and the effectiveness of employee training. Analyzing these metrics helps organizations measure the impact of their cybersecurity awareness programs.

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