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Let Our Experts Administer Your Phish Testing

Global Learning Systems offers managed phishing services to help organizations effectively roll out their security awareness training and anti-phishing programs. Often, the in-house resources responsible for deploying these training programs already have a laundry list of tasks on their to-do list and cringe at the thought of adding “one more thing.” How can you possibly roll out the program and effect real change in your organization when you are already juggling so many responsibilities? Or perhaps you have the time but aren’t sure where to begin? A managed phishing program administered by experts helps companies defend against social engineering and other malicious methods used by cyber criminals to target the human element of security within an organization.

GLS Managed Phishing Services

Our team of managed phishing experts start by applying their knowledge of your organization’s threat landscape. We work with internal stakeholders to choose email templates that will test users’ susceptibility to a variety of phishing scenarios. We manage group setup, remediation workflows and deployment scheduling for your phishing simulation campaigns. Each managed campaign includes a detailed report that describes your organization’s current level of security awareness, allowing you to track improvement across multiple campaigns. 

GLS’s managed phishing simulation campaign includes: 

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Managed Phishing Program Options

Your security awareness training and compliance program will be most effective with a commitment to making continuous learning an ongoing process. People can’t learn the behaviors that will keep your organization safe and compliant in just one sitting — they need reinforcement and multiple opportunities to learn new skills.

As your training partner, GLS focuses on helping you build a continuous educational program within your organization. We provide strategy, best practices and support to help promote positive culture and behavior change throughout the organization and throughout the year. Our team of experts works with you to craft a timeline of continuous learning activities based on your selected program materials. We recommend a series of campaigns, lasting from 8 to 12 weeks, that highlight a specific topic, such as phishing or strong passwords. Then, you can roll out program resources, like courses, short videos, posters, newsletters and more, to reach learners in different ways to introduce and reinforce key concepts.

Annual (One Phish)

Ideal for organizations with limited requirements or that are just getting started with phishing simulation, our annual phishing program helps you select the appropriate template and associated remediation path for your campaign. We then deploy the simulation and analyze the results in a baseline metrics report, as well as make recommendations for improving results based on current outcomes.

Semi-Annual (Two Phish)

Organizations often choose our semi-annual program because it includes assistance with defining your overall phishing strategy. GLS will recommend the best templates and associated remediation paths for each phish, then execute and analyze the results, delivering a detailed report with recommendations for the second campaign.

Quarterly (Four Phish)

For organizations that desire a continuous annual program, our quarterly option includes

a review of previous campaign outcomes to refine the strategy for your annual initiative. This program will define target groups, choose the appropriate templates and associated remediation path for each group, run the campaign, and produce a detailed report with recommendations for future campaigns.

Annual (One Phish)

Ideal for organizations with limited requirements or that are just getting started with phishing simulation, our annual phishing program helps you select the appropriate template and associated remediation path for your campaign. We then deploy the simulation and analyze the results in a baseline metrics report, as well as make recommendations for improving results based on current outcomes.

Semi-Annual (Two Phish)

Organizations often choose our semi-annual program because it includes assistance with defining your overall phishing strategy. GLS will recommend the best templates and associated remediation paths for each phish, then execute and analyze the results, delivering a detailed report with recommendations for the second campaign.

Quarterly (Four Phish)

For organizations that desire a continuous annual program, our quarterly option includes

a review of previous campaign outcomes to refine the strategy for your annual initiative. This program will define target groups, choose the appropriate templates and associated remediation path for each group, run the campaign, and produce a detailed report with recommendations for future campaigns.

Why Choose GLS for Your Managed Phishing

GLS focuses on a tailored solution approach that encompasses annual planning and continuous improvement in your security awareness training program year over year. With GLS’s Managed Phishing Services, we take the guesswork out of setting up, deploying and managing a phishing program aligned with your organization’s needs. When compared with competitors who simply provide access to a phishing simulation tool, GLS makes it easier to plan and execute phishing simulations with targeted remediation. GLS customers on average have seen a significant reduction (from 60% to 20%) in user click rates by adding GLS Managed Phishing Services to their SecurePhish solution. With GLS as your trusted partner and provider, your users will be able to identify, report and successfully deter malicious attempts at your organization’s data.

Managed Phishing Services

Should a customer licensing our phishing simulation tool prefer to have the GLS team set up and run phishing campaigns on their behalf, we also offer managed phishing services. This is a great option for organizations new to running phishing security awareness programs and/or experiencing staff time constraints. Your assigned program manager will set up, obtain approval and launch your campaigns, including template customization, group setup, remediation workflows, deployment scheduling and reporting.

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