We have taken the difficulty out of creating a test. With pre-designed templates, you can be up and running in minutes. All templates can be customized as necessary. Templates include emails from personal and business accounts, such as an Amazon coupon, a Facebook login alert, a Linkedin friend request notification or internal reward program and more. And don't worry, templates that are designed to mimic real-world attacks without any of the danger.
Real-time and visualized dashboard
You can see exactly who clicked on the email, what operating system they were using, and what browser and the version they are on. Reporting also tracks whether recipients opened any attachments and if they input any sensitive data on simulated webpages. This information is all available as a .csv download and can be provided at the individual recipient level. Phish Insight makes it easy to measure and demonstrate your employees’ aptitude and progress on highly visual dashboards and reports.
All templates can be customized
You can change our existing templates and customize to meet your needs for the phishing simulation. You can even create targeted spear-phishing campaigns based on public and/or personal information that leverages the platform’s personalized data fields.
Custom spoofed sender
You can edit the "From" name and "From" email address. Use any sender name and email address based on the scenario in your organization.
Recipient alert options
Set up campaigns to be either notify the recipient "When campaign ends" or "When phished". Without notice is also available.
Is this a phishing email?
* LinkedIn neither created, nor sent, nor approved, the simulated phishing message. That message used LinkedIn trademark(s) in a manner similar to real phishing messages to optimize the training experience. LinkedIn has no responsibility for or involvement with these independently created phishing awareness materials.
BUT WOULD YOUR COLLEAGUES KNOW THIS IS A PHISHING EMAIL?
53% people clicked the links in this email. Test your employee's phishing awareness before the bad guys do.