Cofense Reporter Now Lets Easy Coverage of Phishing Dangers on Smartphones


Roughly 70% of employees say they habitually use their smartphones to check their work electronic mails outside office hours. This lets employees get ahead before the working day begins, and it can also help safety teams react to phishing dangers more rapidly.

Phishing informing solutions have been created to make it as simple as possible for workers to report doubtful electronic mails to their safety teams swiftly. The sooner a malicious message is informed, the sooner action can be taken to alleviate the danger. Swiftness is of the essence when coping with phishing attacks happening, therefore it is important that workers can report doubtful electronic mails to their safety teams immediately, no matter how they access their electronic mail accounts.

Although a phishing electronic mail reporting solution might have been added to work computers, the same anti-phishing control is not commonly present on smartphones. If workers access their work electronic mails outside of office hours, yet cannot report doubtful electronic mails on those appliances, valuable hours are lost alleviating present phishing attacks.

Cofense has created a solution. The company’s popular electronic mail add-on for desktops, Cofense Reporter, has been created for use on mobile phones, making sure phishing electronic mails can be informed swiftly and safety occurrences can be coped in real-time. Cofense has created this reporting solution to work on Microsoft Outlook on all mobile platforms, including Android devices, Office 365, and iOS. The solution lets workers report doubtful electronic mails with a single click, irrespective of the appliance they are using to check their electronic mails.

Cofense Reporter is currently used on over 11 million desktops and mobile appliances and the company is seeing unbelievable expansion. In the past 3 months alone the solution has been fitted on an additional 1 million appliances.

Cofense has also declared it has made many improvements to its PhishMe platform to make sure more correct tracing of the opening of Office documents on both workstations and moveable appliances. Cofense is presently the only anti-phishing training and phishing replication platform supplier to provide such meticulous reporting and tracking of workers’ activities.

“From coffee shops to living rooms, workers are constantly linked to their corporate electronic mail across several appliances and tablets, leaving them at risk to phishing dangers while they’re working on the go,” said Rohyt Belani, Co-Founder and CEO of Cofense. “Phishing attacks do not conform to standard office hours and neither can consciousness and incident reaction.”