Email Phishing Education

Phishing Simulator


Phishing Simulator for your business

Increase your email security with our phishing simulator – a cyber security exercise that tests businesses abilities to recognise and respond to a phishing attack.

  • Employee Training

    Enhances the ability of employees to recognise and avoid phishing attacks.

  • Risk Assessment

    Helps businesses identify vulnerabilities and assess susceptibility to phishing threats.

  • Behavioral Change

    Encourages a security-conscious mindset, reducing the likelihood of falling victim to real attacks.

  • Security Awareness Culture

    Fosters a workplace culture where security awareness is prioritised and practiced.

  • Incident Response Preparation

    Allows businesses to practice and improve their response to phishing incidents.

  • Compliance and Regulation

    Assists in meeting industry and regulatory requirements for cyber security training and risk management.


Protect your business from phishing attacks

Geostream phishing simulator is a powerful tool for enhancing cyber security by providing realistic training to recognise and resist phishing attacks. Reports claim that roughly 82% of data breaches involved a human element in 2022. Our service not only empowers your business to fortify its defences but also extends its protective shield to individuals in their personal lives. By imparting essential skills, we contribute to safeguarding users in an ever-evolving online world.

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Questions about Phishing Simulator

What is a phishing simulator?

A phishing simulator is a tool designed to test and improve an businesses resilience against phishing attacks. It creates simulated phishing scenarios to assess how well employees can recognise and respond to phishing emails, helping busineeses identify vulnerabilities and enhance their cyber security awareness.

How does a phishing simulator work?

Phishing simulators typically send realistic-looking simulated phishing emails to employees. These emails mimic common phishing tactics, such as urgent requests or enticing offers, and contain links or attachments that, when interacted with, redirect users to a simulated landing page. The simulator then tracks user actions, providing insights into potential security risks and areas for improvement.

What are the benefits of using a phishing simulator?

Using a phishing simulator offers several benefits, including:

  • Assessing and improving employee awareness of phishing threats.
  • Identifying vulnerabilities in the business’ security infrastructure.
  • Providing targeted training to employees based on their responses.
  • Enhancing overall cyber security preparedness.
  • Reducing the risk of successful phishing attacks.

How often should businesses conduct phishing simulations?

The frequency of phishing simulations depends on various factors, including the business’ size, industry, and the evolving nature of cyber threats. However, it is generally recommended to conduct simulations regularly, such as quarterly or semi-annually, to reinforce cyber security awareness and adapt to emerging phishing tactics.

Can phishing simulators be customised for specific industries or businesses?

Yes, many phishing simulators allow customisation, including ours, to tailor scenarios to specific industries, business structures, or compliance requirements. Customisation may include industry-specific phishing templates, personalised content, and the ability to simulate various types of phishing attacks that are relevant to the business.

How can businesses use the results from phishing simulations to improve security?

Businesses can use the results of phishing simulations to:

  • Identify areas of weakness in employee awareness.
  • Provide targeted training and awareness programs for individuals or departments with lower performance.
  • Implement additional security measures, such as enhanced email filtering or multi-factor authentication, based on identified vulnerabilities.
  • Track improvements over time and adjust security policies and training programs accordingly.

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