Managed Phishing Defence Service

Protection Against Phishing Attacks

Phishing is one of the most widespread and damaging cyberattacks around – often used to steal user data, including login credentials and credit card numbers.

Many organisations, including the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have published advice to reduce the risk of cyber attack, including user education.

Businesses are under constant strain to meet regulatory compliance objectives, maintain customer operations and follow guidelines to take advantage of new technologies – while keeping customer data secure. And it’s not just your data that is at risk, your brand reputation, intellectual property and privacy are too.

So it comes as no surprise that investment is required to deliver an effective phishing defence strategy that allows you to constantly track and deal with evolving threats while understanding your organisation’s resilience to phishing attacks.

CSI’s Managed Phishing Defence Service

Our service helps our clients to deploy, manage, optimise and leverage security awareness and phishing simulation techniques. We use the leading phishing detection and threat mitigation technologies in order to deliver maximum protection against business email compromise and ransomware threats contained within file attachments or malicious e-mail links.

Learn more about our Managed Phishing Defence Services by downloading the flyer

Managed Phishing Defence Services flyer

CSI service offerings can be tailored by selecting one of three service levels:

• ‘Defend‘ – user education, awareness and phishing simulation
• ‘Detect‘ – all ‘Defend’ services plus threat identification
• ‘Mitigate‘ – all ‘Detect’ services plus threat mitigation

Book a free Security Awareness Call

Three reasons to book a 30-minute Security Awareness Call with CSI:

  1. 1. Get clarity on the shared security responsibility model
  2. 2. Learn about top trends impacting the security market
  3. 3. Understand how other organisations are approaching security