Phish Testing and Simulation

Phishing attacks are on the rise and more sophisticated than ever. Recent data shows that 1 in 10 people fall for phishing attacks and social engineering. More than 1 million new phishing sites are created each month, and an increasing number of spear-phishing campaigns are targeting employees.

Security experts agree that phish testing and phishing simulation are effective ways to combat this most common and costly type of internet fraud. The GLS SecurePhish™ testing and simulation tool raises employee awareness and empowers them to differentiate between a legitimate email and a targeted phishing email from a malicious attacker.

GLS SecurePhish™ Phishing Simulation Methodology

GLS SecurePhish™ offers a robust library of pre-built phishing emails and scenarios, featuring a variety of customizable templates. The campaign’s automation features let you schedule simulations, set up recurring campaigns and test multiple groups. Phish tests can be sent in multiple languages, and the platform offers ease of use with a user-friendly admin console and one-click reporting.

Add Global Learning Systems’ phish simulation tool to your Human Firewall 2.0™ plan, and benefit from end-to-end testing and reporting:



Continuously phish your employees to maintain a high level of security awareness. Our system has pre-configured phishing templates or you can build your own.

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Train your employees on the risk and prevention of phishing using teachable moments or complete courses. Select from GLS’ award-winning training library to immediately remediate with those who “fail the phish.”

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Analyze test results and validate security awareness with robust reporting. Obtain aggregate reports or get details on specific personnel.

GLS offers Managed Phishing Services for customers licensing our phishing simulation tool who prefer to have GLS set up and run phishing campaigns on their behalf.

Benefits of Phish Testing and Scenario-Based Instruction

Increased Security – Phishing simulations provide quantifiable results that can be measured, enabling improvement to be identified and tracked.

Demonstrated Responsibility – As a responsible organization, you need to demonstrate to your stakeholders that you understand the current threat environment and are taking steps to reduce risks. By ignoring the threats from social engineering attacks, you could be exposd to litigation.

Improved Training Retention – Training is incredibly valuable, but until an employee experiences it, their actions are unknown. After seeing what types of phishing attempts are possible, employees understand and are more security conscious.

Net Reduced Training Cost – By pinpointing employees that are more susceptible, such as repeat failures, you can provide additional training to those employees without the cost and burden to other employees.