With Duo’s phishing simulator, you can quickly identify users vulnerable to phishing attacks by launching your own targeted internal phishing campaigns.
Duo provides interactive data-driven dashboards based on your campaigns that allow you to continuously measure and monitor your company’s risk of being phished.
This information can also be used to build a data-driven business case for security budgets to invest in tools to prevent the success of phishing attacks.
Phishing is when an attacker sends an email crafted to look like a credible message from someone you trust - like your boss, a colleague or even an email provider, like Google.
The intent of the email is to steal information from you, whether your login credentials via spoofed forms or website login pages, or your personal information, like health insurance details or your Social Security number with the intent to commit fraud or get unauthorized access to your systems.
With Duo’s phishing simulator, you can identify and educate risky users on what to look for to avoid and report real phishing emails to your security team.
The 2019 Duo Trusted Access Report: Expanding the Enterprise Perimeter with Zero-Trust Security for the Workforce
This year, more customers are using biometrics as an authentication factor to access applications with 77 percent of Duo customers having devices with biometrics enabled. Meanwhile, 71 percent of Duo customers have Flash uninstalled from their devices. And fewer Duo customers are falling for internal phishing simulations – 47 percent of phishing campaigns captured at least one set of credentials and 39 percent involved at least one out-of-date devices, which is an improvement over last year.
Check out all that data and much more in The 2019 Duo Trusted Access Report: Expanding the Enterprise Perimeter with Zero-Trust Security for the Workforce.