Anti-Phishing Training

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Against Today’s Attacks

Employees need ongoing anti-phishing training and simulation tests to detect the latest scams, especially since phishing attacks are continuously getting more sophisticated, and social engineering attacks can have costly consequences, such as compromised data and damaged networks.

Online anti-phishing training from GLS stands apart

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Featured Course

Anti-Phishing Essentials Course

GLS’ new update to its award-winning Anti-Phishing Essentials training program with gamification provides a comprehensive dive into the latest phishing tactics and hacker strategies – the most widespread threat to cybersecurity – and its variants, including ransomware, spear phishing and business email compromise.

Real-World Phishing Simulation

Are you confident your employees can differentiate between a legitimate email and a targeted phishing email from a malicious attacker? Simulated social engineering and phish testing present learners with real-world workplace scenarios, such as potentially malicious emails and bogus websites. When combined with anti-phishing training, a simulation tests users’ responses and follows-up with targeted education. GLS SecurePhish™ is our online tool for performing phishing tests. With SecurePhish, organizations can easily conduct simulated phishing attacks to test and train employee security awareness. We make it easy with pre-configured and customizable tests, as well as analysis of and reporting on test results.

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Front-End Exercises
React Angular Vue.js
Cross Site Request Forgery Cross Site Request Forgery Untrusted HTML Rendering XSS
Direct Dom Manipulation XSS Direct Dom Manipulation XSS Direct Dom Manipulation XSS
Components with Known Vulnerabilities Template Concatenation Cross Site Request Forgery
Untrusted HTML Rendering XSS Sanitization Misuse XSS Untrusted Template Usage XSS
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OWASP Top 10 – API – 2019
ID Topic Covered in SecureDev Modules Programming Languages Available
API1:2019 Broken Object Level Authorization Broken Object Level Authorization JAVA, C#, Python (Django), Python (Flask), Node.js, GO, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Scala, Kotlin
API2:2019 Broken User Authentication Broken User Authentication
API3:2019 Excessive Data Exposure Excessive Data Exposure
API4:2019 Lack of Resources & Rate Limiting Lack of Resources & Rate Limiting
API5:2019 Broken Function Level Authorization Broken Function Level Authorization
API6:2019 Mass Assignment Mass Assignment
API7:2019 Security Misconfiguration Security Misconfiguration
API8:2019 Injection Injection
API9:2019 Improper Assets Management Improper Assets Management
API10:2019 Insufficient Logging & Monitoring Insufficient Logging & Monitoring
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OWASP Top 10 – 2021
ID Topic Covered in SecureDev Modules Programming Languages Available
A01:2021 Broken Access Control Vertical Privilege Escalation Horizontal Privilege Escalation JAVA, C#, Python (Django), Python (Flask), Node.js, GO, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Scala, Kotlin
A02:2021 Cryptographic Failures Weak Randomness
A03:2021 Injection SQL Injection Command Injection Header Injection XML Injection
A04:2021 Insecure Design User Enumeration
A05:2021 Security Misconfiguration Leftover Debug Code
A06:2021 Broken Access Control Vertical Privilege Escalation Horizontal Privilege Escalation
A07:2021 Vulnerable and Outdated Components Session Fixation Forced Browsing
A08:2021 Software and Data Integrity Failures Reflected XSS
Forced Browsing
Stored Cross-Site Scripting
Insecure URL Redirect
Clickjacking
Directory Traversal
DOM XSS
Cross-site Request Forgery
A09:2021 Security Logging and Monitoring Failures PII Data in URL
Token Exposure in URL
A10:2021 Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) Server-Side Request Forgery
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