Phish Sim is a phishing training and simulation tool that will change security behaviors enterprise-wide.

Prevent the Top Cause of Security Breaches by Preparing Your Last Line of Defense

Hackers Send About 156 Million Phishing Emails Every Day

Millions Penetrate Firewall, Mail and Other Defenses 

And Put Your Security in Your User’s Hands (Inboxes) 

What Happens Next is Up to You

800,000 Users Phished Per Day



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Attractive and Easy-to-Understand Reporting
Attractive and Easy-to-Understand Reporting

Comprehensive Reporting

Our comprehensive library of customizable reports allow you to demonstrate that you are in compliance with leading regulations and your own security policy.  The effectiveness of your phishing simulation and training activities is also tracked across multiple runs, which will help you demonstrate that your security awareness education program provides a good return on investment.      


All reports can be viewed in your browser, downloaded as a CSV, or sent to you via email.


Whether you want to target specific campaigns, learners, time periods, or data columns, reports are easy to customize through our web interface. 


Some of the available reports include:

  • Opened, Phished and Avoided Rates by Campaign Run
  • Phishing Susceptibility of Specific Learners
  • Performance (Opened and Clicked) of Specific Phishing Templates

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50% off Specialization Training!

InfoSec Institute just released a special offer on our CEH Boot Camp.


Now through October 31, students enrolling in our CEH Boot Camp will save 50% off any of the following specialization courses:

  • Advanced Ethical Hacking — save up to $2,247!

  • Reverse Engineering — save up to $2,099!

  • Computer Forensics — save up to $2,099!

  • Computer & Mobile Forensics — save up to $2,699!

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month!

Join us as we celebrate the 14th annual Cybersecurity Awareness Month! We’ve crafted a series of new content to help you improve your workforce security awareness program.



Our content release schedule includes several free new resources:

  • October 3: Whitepaper: Four Steps to Launching a Successful Security Awareness Training Program

  • October 10: Whitepaper: Tracking Security Awareness KPIs

  • October 17: Whitepaper: Best Practices for Communicating Security Training Impact

  • October 25: Webinar and Whitepaper: Developing Actionable Security Policies to Mobilize Your Workforce Against Cyber Attacks.

4 Weeks of Free Best Practice Resources for InfoSec Leaders

Subscribe to our Cybersecurity Awareness Month newsletter to receive four new best-practice whitepapers and an invitation to our free webinar: Developing Actionable Security Policies to Mobilize Your Workforce Against Cyber Attacks.