Social Engineering

Phishing emulation

Test your organization's resilience against modern phishing attacks.

Employees can be the weakest link for security in any given organization. Not every employee has sufficient knowledge when it comes to staying safe from malicious emails. Attackers tend to leverage this to bypass security controls of the organization; making thousands and thousands of dollars’ worth of your IT security setup potentially useless. If you don’t have answers to these questions, then you should consider social engineering testing to assess the waters with your employees.

We can help you:

Identify potential loopholes in business processes
Test your employees’ current state of phishing awareness
Evaluate business risk if a phishing attack is successful
Validate your email security controls

We offer two types of social engineering testing methods

Blackbox
In this type of social engineering testing, a phishing attack is conducted by performing OSINT on the organization to identify potential targets. Emails are crafted with specific content related to personal interests, business opportunities, etc. of the target(s).
Whitebox
In this type of social engineering testing, the client organization will provide us with email addresses, phone numbers, departments, and email content to perform an attack.
How it works?

Methodology

Identify potential targets from the client organization using information present on the internet.

OSINT (Blackbox)

Send crafted, specially crafted emails to targets to gather credentials or trick the target in downloading and executing the malicious documents.

Attack

Track targets' action performed on the phishing emails such as open, click, download and entering credentials.

Track

Prepare a comprehensive report on the assessment which includes observations, statistics, remediations.

Report

Post performing the assessment, WeSecureApp will help the client organization to develop the mitigation strategies.

Support

Do you know?

98%
of cyber-attacks rely on social engineering methods.
43%
of IT professionals say that they have been targeted by social engineering attacks.
21%
of current or former employees use social engineering to gain a financial advantage for revenge, curiosity, or fun.

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What do you get?

Overview
An overview of modern phishing attacks awareness in the organization.
Report
A detailed analysis explaining different stages of attack with the number of victims.
Mitigations
Risk and impact mitigation recommendations from both the technical and business perspective.
Support
Support after social engineering assessment.

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