Educating Users Where they're most vulnerable - Their Inbox
Catch Phish Email Analysis Tool
Traditional Phishing Programs Aren't Enough Anymore
Educating employees on how to spot phishing emails is one of the most effective metrics in a successful security program, but standard phishing programs leave users with few options to further their knowledge and rely solely on training retention in real-life situations. That's why we've created our Catch Phish Email Analysis Tool, an Outlook Add-in built to educate and protect users where they're most vulnerable - their inbox.
Generic training and pass/fail results lack relevant, actionable steps for improvement. Catch Phish's "Send for Analysis" feature educates users in real-time with real emails.
Increase employee engagement and training retention through gamification and positive reinforcement conveniently located inside their Outlook email client.
Give your employees the confidence they need to identify possible phishing emails. With just the click of a button, employees can get back to what they do best, quicker.
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence-Driven Email Analysis
Our "Send for Analysis" feature gives your employees access to the latest technology by analyzing any email and its contents for malicious language, links or attachments using Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The more employees actively identify emails, the better Catch Phish will get at identifying real-life phishing emails.
From flagged phrases to common words found in legitimate phishing emails, Catch Phish teaches employees precisely what language should sound off alarm bells!
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.