PhishMe Acknowledged as Mentor by Gartner: Attached to Magic Quadrant for Safety Consciousness CBT

For the second successive year, PhishMe has been incorporated in the Leader’s Magic Quadrant for Safety Consciousness CBT by Gartner, accepting the capabilities and commitment of the business and the quality of its anti-phishing resolution and safety consciousness training package.

12 sellers were evaluated for the 2017 Magic Quadrant for Safety Consciousness CBT for the capability to perform and for the wholeness of the idea. PhishMe was rated highest for the capability to perform out of the 12 businesses evaluated for the October 2017 Magic Quadrant for Safety Consciousness CBT.

PhishMe’s research has disclosed that over 90% of data breaches happen as a consequence of workers plunging for phishing electronic mails, highlighting the significance of training workers to be more safety conscious and coaching them how to find and react to phishing dangers.

Instead of just training workers to be more safety conscious, PhishMe’s resolutions put that teaching to the examination with replicated phishing electronic mails. The electronic mails give workers practice at finding the modern phishing dangers in a secure atmosphere and provide a review to bosses on the efficiency of the training package. When people fail a phishing examination, they can be programmed to get more training. The solution also transforms workers into danger intelligence collectors, persuading them to inform phishing electronic mails to their safety teams. Doubtful electronic mails can be informed with a single tick of the mouse.

PhishMe’s creations are efficient, cost-effective, easy to use, and can assist companies to avert expensive phishing-related data breaches. PhishMe’s collection of content is nowadays used by over half of Fortune 100 firms as the foundation of their safety and phishing consciousness plans.

“We are excited to be accepted as a front-runner in the Gartner Safety Consciousness CBT Magic Quadrant for 2 consecutive years,” stated Rohyt Belani, CEO, and Co-Founder of PhishMe. “We think our location in the front-runner quadrant confirms our dedication to increasing our capabilities and increasing our resolutions to go past consciousness and to add to actual protection – halting attacks at the delivery location.”

Besides being incorporated in the October 2017 Leader’s Magic Quadrant, PhishMe has accomplished several other awards in 2017, including being included to the 2017 Washington Business Journal’s Quick Expanding Businesses listing, 2017 SC Europe Awards as well as a 2017 EY Mogul of the Year Award.