Which email addresses are exposed on the Internet and are a target for phishing attacks?
Your end-users are the weak link in your network security. Today, your employees are frequently exposed to advanced phishing attacks. Trend Micro reported that 91% of successful data breaches started with a spear-phishing attack.
Are you aware that many of the email addresses of your organization are exposed on the Internet and easy to find for cybercriminals? With these addresses they can launch social engineering, spear phishing and ransomware attacks on your organization. This type of attack is very hard to defend against, unless your users get next-generation security awareness training.
IT Security specialists call it your ‘phishing attack surface‘. The more email addresses that are exposed, the bigger your attack footprint is, and the higher the risk. It’s often a surprise how many of your addresses are actually out there, whose, and where they were found. Here is a datasheet with some more information.
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Find out now which of your email addresses are exposed. The Email Exposure Check (EEC) is a one-time free service. KnowBe4 customers with a Gold package get an EEC sent to them regularly so they can address the issues that are found. An example would be the email address and password of one of your users on a crime site. Fill out the form below, and we will email you back with a PDF containing the list of exposed addresses. The number is usually higher than you think. No need to talk to anyone. (We need a valid email address from the domain of your own organization, so Gmail, AOL, Yahoo or any other ISP are not accepted)