FIT Phishnet - Cyber Security Services

Be in the know of what data comes in and out of your company with the best user behavior and analytics solution.

your Business will benefit by

✔ Training your staff on modern phishing attempts to look out for

✔ Monitoring your network and data, looking for suspicious behavior

✔ Continually scan the dark web for leaked passwords and other sensitive data

✔ A complete assessment of your network of potential exploits with steps to fix the holes in your security

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We can help

FIT PhishNet is the world’s largest integrated platform for awareness training combined with simulated phishing attacks.

Join our tens of thousands of customers who have mobilized their end-users as a last line of defense. Our Solution uses phishing simulation software that trains your users with interactive modules, videos, games, posters, and newsletters.

Automated training campaigns with scheduled reminder emails. As a phishing service provider, FIT Phishnet allows you to phish your users with best-in-class, fully automated simulated phishing attacks, hundreds of templates with unlimited usage, and community phishing templates.

Finally, see the results with enterprise-strength reporting, showing stats and graphs for both training and phishing, ready for management.

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Frequently asked questions

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What is the difference between phishing and pharming

Pharming is the act of modifying legitimate domains to point to malicious sites or servers. Phishing typically involves sending out an email that looks much like an authentic email but with small changes where it matters, namely attachment names are changed so they are either more attractive or less recognizable.

Pharming typically involves affixing malware onto innocent websites so when someone clicks on said link their computer installs – or opens – malicious software usually without notification.

What is the best phishing solution

Awareness is, by far, the single most important step in the protection process. Training is therefore critical in raising awareness of corporate anti-phishing policies and procedures so they can better defend against these attacks when they come their way.

Ideally, this training should be done annually or every six months with your staff so that if it’s been a while since training last occurred employees will not fall back into bad habits when they have been away from work for some time. The more often you train your staff about how to avoid phishing attempts, the less likely you are to get breached by one of these attacks at some point down the road.

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