Automated Phishing Simulations to Defeat Real-Life Security Threats

AttackSimulator is a computer-based security awareness training program designed to transform the way your employees understand and manage security.
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Strengthen your first line of defense against cyber-security attacks

Due to the continuous increase in cyber-security attacks of all kinds, leaving your employees to deal with phishing and malware attacks unsupervised is a luxury you can no longer afford. What you need is a solid, computer-based security awareness program to keep your company cyber-safe at all times.

Choose AttackSimulator to cover this essential part of your integral security strategy:

Test users through automated and customized phishing and malware attack simulations
Enable employees to learn cyber-security best practices through interactive lessons
Steer your company’s progress through granular company-wide and employee-specific reports
Security program

One cyber-security awareness program to train them all

Your employees - the largest, most vulnerable target in your organization - don't know what they don't know. Our security awareness training platform is designed to take them through elaborate, true-to-life phishing and malware attack simulations: from the first, curiosity-driven click, up to the point of no return.

Attack simulation emails

From phishing attacks to social engineering schemes and malware invasions - we simulate them all.

Malware file replicas

True to our promise for true-to-life attack simulations, we enhance emails with malware file replicas.

Real-life attack scenarios

Through realistically designed web-pages we test users’ vulnerability towards giving up company-related or personal information.

Interactive lessons

The good news about falling into one of our pretend cyber-security traps? Users discover interactive lessons on security best-practices.
Security education

The AttackSimulator cyber-security education platform

Coupled with the AttackSimulator security awareness training platform, the AttackSimulator security education platform provides users with the full picture of cyber-security do's and dont's and key takeaways on how one's actions can have far-reaching security implications.

Multimedia lessons

From extensive articles to engaging videos, there's never a dull moment on the AttackSimulator training platform.

Elaborate quizzes

Test your knowledge on cyber-security do's and dont's by going through the interactive quizzes at the end of every lesson.

Practical downloadables

Every course is packed with practical handouts, designed to help users keep track of cyber-security essentials.

Tracked progress

We provide an insightful overview of how users proceed in covering the available content.
ATS add-on

The AttackSimulator Phishing Tool add-on for Gmail and Outlook

Think of all the emails you did recognize as being cyber-security threats and simply ignored. Which is correct. But we do you one better: install the AttackSimulator add-on for Gmail or Outlook and quickly mark suspicious emails as phishing, spam or other malware threats without leaving your inbox.

Let's make the world a better place and the workplace a safer one. Install the AttackSimulator Phishing Tool add-on for Gmail or Outlook and use it relentlessly:

AttackSimulator Phishing Tool add-on for Outlook

AttackSimulator Phishing Tool add-on for Gmail

Designed for your peace of mind

Customized phishing and malware simulations make for targeted, realistic and challenging exercises for your users.

Streamlined onboarding experience, enabling you to start your company’s security awarness program fast and easy.

Interactive and helpful lessons teach your employees how to best deal with real-world cyber-security threats.

Automated attack simulations built from real-life scenarios, helping you stay one step ahead of cyber-security threats.

Beautiful and granular reports offer actionable and valuable insights, both company-wide and employee-specific.

Transform the way your employees understand and manage security with AttackSimulator.

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