The world’s first truly intelligent security awareness platform that reduces human cyber risk.

CybSafe is an award-winning cloud-based Unified Cyber Awareness Platform that helps businesses to improve their cyber security behaviour, and reduce cyber risk.

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Protect your people

CybSafe drives real and lasting change in the cyber security culture of your people and your organisation.

Reports & Analytics

CybSafe uses tens of thousands of data points per user to provide insight on individual human cyber security and data protection risk in real time.

Risk assessment

It uses non-sensitive data to identify ever-evolving risk patterns, show organisations where their human cyber vulnerabilities are, and which awareness interventions are working.

Greater return on investment

CybSafe is a cyber security awareness platform that delivers significantly more than just training.

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Personalised learning experience

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GCHQ accredited and threat-based content

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Autonomous, intelligent software

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Integrates into existing business systems

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Helps meet regulatory and compliance obligations

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Psychology and behaviour change

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CybSafe is so easy to use and allows us to invest directly in the personal development of our employees.

Vivek Awasthi

CIO, Currencies Direct

Getting our staff full cyber awareness certification has meant we can increase our cyber resilience and provides a competitive advantage. The course provides users relatable and engaging content, accelerating learning.

Lee Gransby

Head of IT Support, A-Plan Group

Not only does CybSafe educate our employees quickly and effectively, but it has also started cyber security discussions within our offices.

James Fleming

Group IT, Element

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The two most common phishing scams that affect UK businesses

Phishing scams evolve constantly. Don’t they?

On the one hand, yes. Sophisticated cyber criminals are very much aware that, once a phishing scam becomes well known, its potency falls. So, over time, phishing scams adapt and evolve.

On the other hand, the the nuts and bolts of phishing scams are surprisingly static. On the whole, phishing attacks are quick, cheap and disastrously effective. Knowing this, criminals rarely tweak the inner workings of their phishing scams all that much.

How can phishing affect a business?

The consequences of phishing can be severe…

It’s widely reported, for example, that tech giants including Facebook and Google sent as much as $100m directly to criminals following a spear phishing campaign that went on for more than two years.

Why Phishing Training Is Important

In 2017, an email prankster targeted the White House.

The prankster’s goal was simple: to trick White House staff into responding to fraudulent emails for nothing more than a cheap thrill. With little to gain from the endeavour, the prankster’s efforts were basic.

The trickster wrote a simple email purporting to be from Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. He sent it off to Tom Bossert (at the time Homeland Security Advisor). And he waited to see if the security advisor would respond.