Can your current controls stop our email attack vector(s)?
Phishing is the number one way that the bad guys can gain access to your network. Phishing is the lowest cost, and easiest way to breach an enterprise’s external perimeter defenses and gain access to user credentials on the network. Phishing and spam emails have become so commonplace, that we expect to receive some unsolicited email from time to time. When spear phishing is leveraged, and specific companies and targets are selected, attackers have found that it is often easy enough to convince some users to click a phishing email.
- Are your current controls enough to stop a motivated adversary?
- Will your current deployed technology stop our advanced techniques?
- Will your employees be able to identify the ruse and avoid becoming the next victim?