Avoid the scam
We train your employees how to spot and avoid social engineering scams.
Social engineering—also known as phishing, baiting and pretexting—is a tactic used by hackers to obtain access to secure information by posing as someone they are not. For example, a hacker could forge an email from your organization, asking employees to reset their password using a fake link. If just one employee falls for the scam, the hacker could have just enough information to steal sensitive data and compromise your network.
Threat Tests and Employee Training
Would your employees spot the trap? Posing as hackers, our team at Nuvodia sends mock phishing emails to your staff to test their response to social engineering attempts. We evaluate the level of employee awareness and provide training programs to teach employees how to recognize and avoid future threats.