PhishMe (currently Cofense) Nominated Winner in Five Groups at the 2018 Cybersecurity Brilliance Awards

It has been an exciting beginning to the year for PhishMe (currently Cofense). The business has already received a 2018 Stevie Award for client service and nowadays the Leesburg, VA- based supplier of human phishing protection resolutions has been nominated a winner in five groups at the 2018 Cybersecurity Brilliance Awards.

The Cybersecurity Brilliance Awards program pays tributes to individuals and companies in the subject of cybersecurity that have shown innovation, leadership, and excellence and have developed services and products that assist companies to improve their safety position and protect against the ever-increasing variety of cyber dangers.

At this year’s awards ceremony, PhishMe was nominated a Gold Winner in the Occurrence Reaction group for PhishMe Triage as well as a Gold winner in the Response, Intelligence, and Threat Detection group for PhishMe Acumen.

PhishMe was nominated a Silver winner in the Safety Education group for PhishMe CBFree – A complimentary phishing replication platform created to assist Server Message Blocks to test their flexibility to phishing attacks. One more Silver award was offered to the firm for PhishMe Client Help in North America in the Cybersecurity Group of the Year classification, adding to the Stevie award for the same squad.

PhishMe Simulator and Reporter were nominated Bronze Winners in the Safety Training Platform grouping, and the company was also nominated as a qualifier in the Managed Safety Service grouping for PhishMe Expert Facilities.

“We are privileged that the Cybersecurity Brilliance Award group accepted the significance of our services, teams, as well as resolutions, which assist companies to concentrate on a frequently-missing part of the safety problem – the human part,” said Rohyt Belani, PhishMe’s Chief Executive Officer, and co-founder. “Our platform lets more government agencies and Fortune 500s than any other to empower workers to report and recognize phishing attacks while assisting incident reaction groups to rapidly examine these dangers in real time.”