PhishER, KnowBe4’s industry-leading Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform, takes an otherwise complicated and inefficient threat management workflow and allows admins to quickly reduce risk and train users.
Your users are likely already reporting suspicious phishing emails to your infosec and security operations teams. This is behavior you want to encourage, but there can be too much of a good thing!
PhishER takes in high volumes of end-user reported suspicious emails and automatically determines their status (e.g., Threat, Spam or Clean) based on machine learning, or flags them to be reviewed by an administrator. This saves your infosec team from having to comb through hundreds or thousands of reported emails themselves!
Additionally, administrators can use the PhishER feature PhishRIP™ to quickly remove other related suspected email threats from all user inboxes. PhishFlip™ can then be used to safely inoculate the threat and then redeploy that email to test their end users’ instincts against a real-world method.
These features combined make PhishER a powerful way to help your infosec and security operations teams cut through the inbox noise and respond to the most dangerous threats more quickly.
Check out this infographic to see PhishER success by the numbers:
PhishER seamlessly integrates with KnowBe4’s Phish Alert Button, a safe way to forward email threats to the security team for analysis and remove the email from the user's inbox to prevent future exposure. These stats give you an idea of how PhishER helps infosec professionals address the ongoing problem of phishing:
- 6.5 million suspicious messages reported*
- 2.5 million unique users reporting email threats to their security teams*
- Most emails reported in a single day: 10,000
- 4.5 million malicious messages removed from users inboxes using PhishRIP
- 3 million messages quarantined by using PhishRIP*
- 280k malicious user-reported emails flipped into a real-world training opportunity thanks to PhishFlip
- 35k safe simulated phishing campaigns executed via PhishFlip
*in August 2022