Phishing Awareness Training for Employees
Send simulated phishing tests targeting your own employees. Curricula’s phishing awareness training simulates real-world phishing attacks, then trains your employees how to defend against them.Free Phishing Test
Why are simulated
phishing tests important?
Phishing is the #1 attack method used to trigger security incidents today. Phishing awareness training for employees will dramatically reduce the risk of your organization falling victim to a real-world social engineering attack.
Our Phishing Simulation Experience
Curricula’s phishing training simulates the experience of a real-world phishing attack, before it actually happens. Our simple, intuitive platform allows you to launch simulated phishing tests within minutes to idenitify your risks.Free Phishing Test
Real Phishing Templates
Curricula’s phishing simulator comes loaded with expert designed templates that are based on today's
real-world phishing scenarios hitting your employee's inbox.
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Target Any Employee
Launch your simulated phishing tests to the entire staff or target specific teams such as sales, accounting, dev-ops, or even your executives.
Reports and Insights
View which employees clicked on a campaign and demonstrate how your entire organization responded to the simulated phishing test.
If an employee gets compromised in your phishing test, Curricula’s proprietary phishing prevention training will automatically teach that employee how to defend against future phishing attacks.
Phishing Defense Guide
Every employee gets access to our Phishing Defense Guide, giving them a simple, step-by-step process to stop those hackers right in their tracks.
Employee Phishing Test?
Experience the most effective method to prevent and defend against phishing attacks. You'll be able to setup your own simualated phishing test in just a few minutes.
Based on your results, the Curricula platform will determine your organization's risk of falling victim to phishing and social engineering attacks.