Phishing simulation

Phishing is one of the absolute biggest cyber threats against organizations and 7 out of 10 successful attacks are due to human errors. This is why phishing simulations are such a crucial part of preventing future attacks.

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Strengthen your weakest link

An organization's defense against cyber attacks is never stronger than its weakest link. Today, when 8 out of 10 successful attacks are due to human errors, all organizations need to prioritize their human firewalls as much as their digital ones.

Through Junglemap's simulated phishing emails, your organization can train the employees' abilities to detect malicious emails, while at the same time getting a better overview of your organizations' overall performance and what you need to improve.

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From reactive to proactive

Cyber attacks often lead to a reactive one-off effort. But that's not how we should protect ourselves against attacks. Phishing training must be done as part of a year-round process, to build up our human firewalls and protect ourselves against the next attack.

And that is how Junglemap's model works.

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Easy to set up

In our user-friendly platform, you can easily set up phishing simulations that gives the best possible effect in your organization. The simulations can be an integrated part of Junglemap's information security awareness training. You can choose to randomly distribute them to different groups within the organization or send them to all employees simultaneously.

Our simulations can easily be adjusted to suit your own path to a sustainable safety culture.

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Our phishing simulations

It's easy to create credible phishing simulations in our platform.

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Fake sender domains

A wide and relevant selection of fake sender domains.

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Fake login pages

Option to add a false login page with your own design.

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A large selection of fonts

A simple way to increase credibility.

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Simple use of images and logos

Provides flexibility and credibility.

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Easy scheduling

The possibility to schedule tests as part of your awareness training.

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Coherent management reports

Quick overview and possibility of follow-up on organizational and individual levels.

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Flexibility and functionality

Our phishing simulations can be tailored to perfectly fit the organization's needs. By employing fake sender addresses and domain names, different fonts and logos, you can easily create credible phishing emails. Use our templates, which are ready to be sent out, or create a  completely customized variant adapted to your specific needs.

Dynamic reporting

By adding phishing simulations as part of your awareness training, you automatically get a good overview of the outcomes and results of your training. With the help of our dynamic reporting function, you can follow how your employees are handling phishing emails over time.

You can generate reports at an overall organizational level, or broken down to department or unit levels where the reports are automatically distributed to the respective responsible managers.

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Follow-up creates learning

Anyone who clicks the link in a phishing email automatically receives a follow-up lesson with tips on how to detect phishing emails in the future. This way, learning is created at the individual as well as the organizational level.

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