Email Phishing Assessment

Email Phishing content

Deceptive Emails to Assess Your Susceptibility to a Cyberattack

Phishing seeks to extract personal information or access from the end person by coercive communications. This type of interaction is especially efficient, since attackers will also exploit public information to generate convincing emails while impersonating somebody trustworthy—maybe even individuals inside the target company.

The key issue of a well-organized phishing operation is that it is frequently used as a starting step for broader attacks by attackers. Similarly, Infopercept expertly customises each phishing appraisal of the employees of the company and investigates the full potential of a good compromise in unprecedented depth, concluding with a comprehensive social engineering analysis.

What is Phishing?

Phishing is the act of sending malicious emails to your target. Typically, the perpetrators do this in the guise of a trustworthy person or agency. The intruder can take a long time to develop a degree of legitimacy and then prompt the victim to request personal information, such as passwords or PIN numbers.

Despite being an older tactic, phishing attacks appear to be very successful and are a constant challenge to digital security.

Advanced Phishing Services

More Than Just an Automated Service

Although several tools calculate users clicking on links, how do you know the actual danger to your environment?

We're moving past predictive research for a complete assault simulation to recognise the effects of social engineering.

Detailed Risk Breakdown Report

Danger is limited to two factors: the probability of an attack vector and the possible effect it will have.

We are the first social engineering provider to incorporate all components in our social engineering evaluation results.

Targeted Spear phishing Capabilities

Spear phishing is a highly concentrated phishing attack on a single person (rather than a generic pretext to a group of people).

Starting with each contribution to identification and knowledge collection, we deliver these highly-targeted skills to each social engineering appraisal.

Structured Social Engineering Methodology

  1. Reconnaissance and Information Gathering
    The gathering of knowledge is a crucial step of social engineering which also defines the performance of the remainder of the phishing evaluation. Using the 'black box' technique, our intelligence analysts carry out in-depth analysis to collect information from the target organisation.
  2. Create Pretext Scenarios and Payloads
    Until we've thoroughly enumerated the target, the emphasis is on drawing up the payload. These details include the description of divisions, user positions and the corresponding pretext scenarios. These specifics mean that each customer is carefully researched for the most effective, tailored commitments.
  3. Engage Targets
    Using carefully structured techniques and pretexts, intelligence researchers at Infopercept involve workers via phishing emails. These emails also encourage users to connect by clicking a connection or uploading a malicious file. Emails and associated landing pages are structured to look genuine; frequently mimicking other sites and services.
  4. Assessment Reporting and Debrief
    Following the conclusion of the initiative and the aggregation of outcomes, a final report shall be submitted, containing both an executive overview and detailed information. The study also provides a detailed vulnerability breakdown, as well as remediation and evidence of successful phishing attempts. Training manuals are also provided to guide the customer in the resolution of training and policy problems found.
  5. Optional: Employee Education
    As an optional extension, Infopercept offers user training sessions for clients' staff. Whether hosted in a documented online webinar or in-house training session, Infopercept offers quality security awareness training to the same experts who did the initial work.

Integrate with Other Assessments

In a real-world assault on social engineering, hackers are not restricting their strategy. In addition to phishing, they may use vishing (Voice Phishing), SMShing (SMS text message phishing) and on-site capability to physically attempt to obtain access to building services. Integrating both of these makes for a much more detailed and precise estimation of the possibility of phishing.