Red Piranha’s comprehensive Phishing Assessment Service tests your staff's cybersecurity awareness and gives insights into your cybersecurity maturity. We use an effective methodology to combat new-age attackers who develop specially crafted emails that are compelling while impersonating someone trustworthy.

Our experts have developed a range of carefully tailored phishing campaigns that simulate real-case scenarios to effectively target an organisation's employees, contractors, or management personnel.


Why you need Phishing Assessment Service for your business?

  • Assess the effectiveness of current awareness of staff on malicious phishing attempt and staff member susceptibility to breach.
  • Assist in determining business risk to phishing attacks and improve human defences to attacks.
  • Promote a workplace culture of critical thinking regarding cybersecurity risk and security spreading across the entire organisation.
  • Directly measure staff compliance against internal policies and procedures
  • SRM leaders can lead behavioural change within the teams and secure operational outcomes.

The Red Piranha Advantage

Red Piranha’s Phishing Assessment Service is led by people and processes to assess your organisations’ end-to-end security posture, including the efficacy of countermeasures against the most likely impacts of phishing, such as fraudulent money transfers, ransomware infections and lateral movements, command-and-control communications, and data exfiltration.

We use well- planned targeted phishing tests, based on employees’ roles, ages and work-from-home practices. Red Piranha follows an end-to-end framework to enhance security outcomes.

Red Piranha offers custom phishing scenarios and campaigns that are tailored to your organisation's specific needs.

Our expert SecOps offer support and guidance in creating and running the phishing simulation.

Get detailed reporting and analytics on the results of the simulation, including the number of employees who fell for the phish, which departments were most susceptible, and the types of phishing attempts that were most successful.

Types of Phishing Simulation included within the scope

Phishing emails to trick individuals into giving out personal information such as bank account details, passwords, and other financial information. Malicious actors may also use such methods to trick individuals into installing malware or open attachments in emails that contain malware.

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Our experts perform reconnaissance and tailor the phishing emails to mimic the usual traffic of emails that users or departments receive daily. This behaviour allows messages to be less noticeable, causing such attacks to be harder to detect and more successful.

A targeted phishing attack is set up aiming at senior executives, masquerading as a legitimate, known, and trusted entities via email to share highly sensitive information account resulting in higher success rate.

Get Reports at every stage of Phishing Assessment Service

Pre-Assessment Activities 

Our experts conduct reconnaissance activities and develop a plan for assessment including the prioritisation and ranking of assets.

Assessment Activities 

We carefully craft the phishing emails, implement testing methodologies, and send it to the targeted employees.

Based on assessment criteria, we examine and evaluate the results, and submit a detailed report determining impact analysis and potential risks to the business. 

Post-Assessment Activities 

A detailed report is presented outlining the results of the campaign includes the number of individuals targeted and their actions such as CTR, downloads etc.

Finally, our experts prepare tailored recommendations to improve the cybersecurity maturity of your business. 

Effective assessment of phishing campaigns is a specific skill that requires a fully qualified and experienced partner who understands the current trends, business requirements, and has the correct technical capability to provide a thorough assessment.

Learn how to sign-up for the Phishing Assessment Service.