Email training for business and phishing protection

According to Security Magazine, “at least 3.4 billion fake emails are sent around the word every day.”

These fake emails are not obvious. They often look like a normal email from a coworker, supervisor, or family member. It can be hard to tell the difference between what is valid and what is fake, but it is critical to the security of your network. Many phishing emails result in ransomware or malware that infect your network.

Learn About Phishing

To learn how to differentiate between phishing and real emails, we offer security awareness training. This training program sends simulated phishing emails to users on your network. By doing this, your users learn to be more aware of phishing and also are put through training programs if they fail the test.

Take Action

Our security awareness training helps you learn more about phishing, what it looks like, and the damage it can cause.

Take action against phishing. Fight for your security.


In addition to our security training, we can send you reports on how your network users are responding to our phishing emails

Effective Security Training for your Business Email

Are you aware that many of your business email addresses are exposed on the Internet, and easy to find for cybercriminals? With these addresses, they can launch social engineering, spear- phishing, and ransomware attacks on your organization. Utilizing security awareness training and security tests can be effective tools to reduce unintentional insider threats. Give your employees a safe way to report suspicious emails and prevent future exposure.

Data safety is paramount in this new age of "ransomware."

“New strains of encrypting ransomware are now showing up every week, so businesses have to remain vigilant and ensure they supplement strong security defenses with security best practices. It is vital to back up and archive critical data, only open email attachments from trusted or verified senders and disable Microsoft Office macros by default, only to be enabled when absolutely necessary.” - InfoSecurity Magazine
Due to today’s technology it is of the utmost importance for every company to ensure a quality backup routine. It is also critical for some companies to archive their data as well. Security awareness training or “the human firewall” also provides an extra layer of security for your business data.


Detailed Reports - Compliance reporting will be provided to ensure that your employees are taking the proper steps and following the guidelines laid out during the training stage.

Awareness Training - Our training modules teach employees understand the mechanisms of malicious emails.

Security Tests & Alerts - Find out what percentage of your employees are prone to phishing scams with email security tests.

Email Exposure Check - We do a search, similar to what the bad guys do, to find all the forward facing emails from your organization publicly available online. It also searches within PDF, Word and Excel files for any email addresses. We report this list monthly, as well as the location where each individual email was found.

Vishing - This Vishing Security Test module trains employees against social engineering attacks but now via the phone on their desk. It includes five scenarios which you can use to test your users and keep them on their toes with security top of mind.

Phish Alert Button - This button gives your users a safe way to forward email threats to the security team for analysis and deletes the email from the user’s inbox to prevent further exposure. All with just one click.

Ransomware Attacks - Are You Prepared?
  • Do not charge mobile devices via laptop and USB
  • Identify where sensitive data is stored and how it is protected
  • Perform an annual independent IT security assessment
  • Limit employee use of public Wi-Fi when accessing company data
  • Examine the use of cloud storage for highly sensitive data
  • Continuously update software to close potential vulnerabilities
  • Encrypt portable devices (laptops, smartphones, USB)
  • Ensure that shared resources such as wireless printers are secure
  • Minimize 3rd party access to sensitive data and network assets (vendors, contractors, practice consultants, etc.)
  • Design and implement a segmented network (servers, wireless, personal computers, etc.)

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