According to the Zscaler ThreatLabz 2023 Phishing Insights Report, phishing remains the predominant cyber threat. A staggering 47.2% increase in phishing attacks was reported in 2022 compared to the previous year. With the transition to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cybercriminals have amplified their efforts, exploiting vulnerabilities across communication platforms.
It is not surprising to see the continuous reliance on phishing by adversaries. Based on the analysis of 280 billion daily transactions, Zscaler's report indicates that 80% of organizations experienced at least one employee being compromised by a simulated phishing attempt. Additionally, despite 78% of corporate leaders stating they felt confident in their defensive measures, over 50% succumbed to a cyber attack within the last year.
The inclusion of AI in the attacker's arsenal has only bolstered their success rate. Traditional training and simulations are proving insufficient in the face of these AI-enhanced threats. The data speaks volumes, and current marketplace solutions are falling short.
So, where does Jericho Security fit into this landscape? How are we making a difference?
Jericho equips workforces with the cutting-edge tools required to identify and counter phishing threats across all communication avenues, not just limited to emails. We empower teams to engage with assurance and provide the unparalleled visibility cybersecurity teams deserve. Jericho ensures they have real-time insights and the capability to thwart phishing attempts as they happen.
With Jericho, experience genuine, actionable training that instills profound knowledge, transcending awareness and moving towards tangible impact. Experience the might of Jericho. Contact us for a 20-minute demonstration now and witness the future of cybersecurity.
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Jericho Security Contributor
October 11, 2023