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What is Phishing Awareness Attack Training?

Phishing Awareness Attack Training is a training program that allows company personnel to develop specific skills to recognize phishing or smishing attacks.

Phishing Awareness Attack Training uses realistic phishing attempts in a secure and controlled environment, giving employees the opportunity to become familiar with and more resilient to the tactics used in real phishing attacks

Protect your company from phishing attacks

The Phishing attack consists in sending false information to convince someone to reveal personal information.

These attacks come in different forms: one wrong click is enough to compromise the security and integrity of company data.

To protect against phishing attacks, it is therefore essential for an organization to train as much as possible the internal staff with personalized paths, based on the behavioral profile of each individual.

Phishing is one of the most common types of cyber attacks. Small and medium-sized enterprises are the most frequent victims of this type of attack, which could cause more or less serious economic damage.

The best thing you can do for your business is to protect your data, and it all starts with internal staff awareness of the existence of these attacks. Being aware of the damage that phishing can cause is the first step in not falling into the trap.

In the digital age the assets of companies are made up of data, which are the heart of every business.

Within corporate networks there is a large amount of sensitive information such as customer credit cards, employee social security numbers, and even your company’s financial information.

There are many variable components within a network; people are the most significant variable. If your people don’t follow a series of best practices, your business remains open to serious issues like phishing threats.

Types of Phishing

E-mail Phishing

Phishing is an attempt to steal personal information or enter online accounts using deceptive emails, messages, ads or sites similar to the sites already used.

Spear Phishing

A targeted phishing method in which cybercriminals are a trusted source to convince you to provide confidential data, personal information or other sensitive details.


The goal is to trick the executive into revealing sensitive information and corporate data. These goals are selected because of their access and authority within an organization.

Domain Spoofing

Domain Spoofing occurs when an attacker seems to use a company’s domain to impersonate that company or one of its employees.

HTTPS Phishing

Cybercriminals often exploit HTTPS in links to attract victims of a malicious website that seems to be safe.

Watering Hole Phishing

Watering Hole Phishing occurs when an attacker uses a website that your company’s employees often visit to infect the IP address.

Features of CyberTrust 365 Training

We develop a training path where simulations automatically adapt to the behavior of each individual user within your organization.