Two important evaluations help us assess and identify key areas of security awareness: phishing material availability on the dark web and employee vulnerability.
Dark Web Assessment
The dark web is a system of websites visible through networks using hidden IP addresses. Through the dark web, hackers collect, buy, and sell personally identifiable information. Criminals use this data to phish and scam your employees and even gain access to your organization.
Through our security awareness program, you and your employees discover whether emails from your company domain are available on the dark web. The report also indicates the external breach that compromised the account.
We then provide you with the steps you can take to minimize your risk from the exposed email accounts.
Employee Vulnerability Assessment
Next, we perform an Employee Vulnerability Assessment (EVA) to help you determine which employees are at the most significant risk from phishing attempts. The EVA scores each employee between 0 and 800. The higher their score, the better equipped they are to meet the threat that hackers pose to them.
An anonymous leaderboard adds friendly competition among your staff. The scores are also available to the IT administrator and can be used in determining user rights and network access, further protecting your information technology.