Blue Turtle expands its security offering with Phish5 [ITWeb]
(ITWeb Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Blue Turtle Technologies expands its current security service portfolio with the introduction of a comprehensive phishing risk assessment tool.
Phish5 is a product of 4Di Privaca, a leading provider of information security. 4Di Privaca offers a variety of services which seek to minimise companies' exposure to risk, unnecessary delay. or overtly restrictive controls on online networks. By adding Phish5, Blue Turtle is looking to emphasise security awareness, and to offer a solution that addresses the risk phishing poses to an organisation.
Blue Turtle believes that Phish5 will enable businesses to gain an understanding of their phishing risks. As a direct result of understanding these risks, these businesses will be able to improve the performance and operation of secure working environments by disabling the danger that phishing poses.
Simon Shaw, Business Development Manager at Blue Turtle states: "We are excited about adding Phish5, a South African developed product, to our solution set. It is mostly concerned with resolving the risk around the behaviour of employees carelessly responding to inappropriate e-mails and exposing credentials to unauthorised parties. If these risks are not understood, organisations stand to lose not only money, but also risk reputational damage."
South Africa is the second-most targeted country globally, with one in 170.9 e-mails identified as phishing attacks.1 Newton Lee, the author of Counterterrorism and Cybersecurity, put it like this: "As the world is increasingly interconnected, everyone shares the responsibility of securing cyberspace." Running these phishing campaigns, promises a more secure online environment.
For a consultation and more information please contact Blue Turtle at (011) 206 5600 or email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
1 Symantec Intelligence Report, June 2012
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