Educating Users Where they're most vulnerable - Their Inbox
Catch Phish In-Email Training Solution
Cyber Criminals Are Attacking Our Inboxes
Thanks to social media, company websites, and our willingness to over-share, criminals can produce highly personalized emails designed to catch an overworked nurse, a back-office administrator, or a distracted senior executive out of focus just long enough to get them reveal their login credentials. Introducing Catch Phish, an easy-to-use tool that quickly identifies the hidden malicious content behind these emails so your employees can protect your organization between meetings and on the go!
Built for the Busy Employee
Give employees the confidence and support they need to identify email phishing attempts anytime, anywhere with the click of a button.
Training in 5 Minutes or Less
Weekly training videos and quizzes take just 5 minutes a week to stay up-to-date on the latest threats, without ever leaving Outlook.
Harness the Power of Humans
Transform your employees into your most valuable security asset with the industry's first in-email phishing education program.
Identify & Educate on Hidden Malicious Content From Anywhere
Catch Phish gives employees access to the latest technology to instantly analyze any email and its contents for malicious language, links, or attachments with the click of a button. Whether your team is between patients or using their mobile device, they can quickly avoid becoming the next victim of cyber crime.
From flagged phrases to common words found in legitimate phishing emails, Catch Phish teaches employees precisely what language should sound off the alarm!
Not only does Catch Phish analyze the links inside each email for malicious content, but it also identifies and scores all links present on the destination page for advanced protection.
While spam filters can usually identify malicious attachments, threats can still get through. Catch Phish analyzes every attachment for malicious content.
Key Phishing Identifiers
Catch Phish can identify hidden inconsistencies in emails, like different sender and recipient countries, that may aid employees in identifying more sophisticated phishing tactics.