Phishing Attack Simulation Services

Is your organisation a clicking culture? Do you know what the impact would be if one of your users clicked a link in a convincing phishing email? How do you reduce the risks of a member of staff opening a door to let an attacker into your corporate network?

Cybercriminals are increasingly using phishing to gain access to credentials and confidential information from unsuspecting recipients. Phishing attacks are also becoming more sophisticated and harder to detect – our research shows that 73% of malware attacks started with phishing emails.1

Learn more about the threats to your business by performing a phishing simulation exercise Our phishing simulation service can be one of the first steps in helping you transform the security culture of your business, identifying the scale of the problem and uncovering the risks and potential impact.

How we can help

NTT Security offers a number of phishing attack simulation services, from simple exercises to identify who reads an email and subsequently clicks the links within it, through to full credential capture exercises. And once the exercise is complete, we work with you to evaluate the results and identify areas for improvement. We also offer ongoing training to help focus your security investment in the right places to reduce risk.

Phishing at a glance:

The NTT Security Global Threat Intelligence Report 2017 shows how phishing can affect you and your organisation:

  • Phishing is a significant security issue for organisations – 73% of malware attacks started with phishing emails
  • Phishing is a global issue – source IP addresses in EMEA accounted for 53 % of the world’s phishing attacks
  • Phishing attacks cost business – Over 60% of incident response engagements were related to phishing
  • Phishing affects a range of industries – from manufacturing to finance, and healthcare to technology

Benefits of our approach:

  • Improved security posture: better security awareness across all areas of the business
  • Forewarned is forearmed: if staff in your organisation are more suspicious, they are less likely to click on a phishing email
  • Reduces the impact and likelihood of a breach: regular, ongoing testing uncovers new areas of risk as they arise

Support Materials:

For more information, please download our Top Tips for end users on how to avoid a phishing attack. Or to learn more about the steps we recommend you take to prepare your organisation for a planned phishing simulation exercise, download the tips sheet here. Alternatively, please email us at: [email protected].

1. NTT Security Global Threat Intelligence Report 2017 (GTIR). To find out more, visit

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