Easily report suspicious emails
Did you know that employees receive an average of 14 malicious emails per year? Our AmIphished service allows your employees to easily report suspicious messages and receive immediate feedback from our experts.
What is AmIphished?
AmIphished is a service that inspects reported suspicious emails. It’s not always easy to spot a phishing email. That’s why we want to give your employees the opportunity to easily report an email when in doubt and have our professionals investigate said email. For this service you’ll add a button to their mailboxes. Once clicked, our SOC team dives into the case and reports back with useful tips and next steps.
What are the benefits?
Get feedback from spotit SOC experts
Protect your network environment from hackers
Raise awareness and alertness within your organization
What will you get?
- Automated analysis of the artefacts included in the email such as links, source email addresses and servers, attachments, etc. This provides the user with an initial recommendation almost immediately.
- Manual analysis of the initial recommendation and email artefacts by a qualified SOC analyst resource to reach a final recommendation for the user.
How do we work?
Always stay one step ahead of scammers thanks to the spotit AmIphished service. For this service you’ll add a ‘report phishing’ button to the mailboxes of your employees. It makes it very easy for them to report a suspicious or possible phishing email. All they have to do is click on the button and the email will be automatically forwarded as an attachment to the AmIphished solution. When they do, the suspicious email will be temporarily put in quarantine, until the user decides to either delete the message or interact with it, based on the received feedback. Behind the scenes, our spotit SOC investigates the email and reports back their findings. In case of an actual phishing email, the spotit SOC team will share some useful tips and next steps.
Why is this a priority?
Phishing emails are still a very popular medium to hack into people’s accounts. How many times have you wondered whether an email is trying to phish for your personal information? Hackers are getting more advanced and are often using hot topics to get your attention. Is it always that easy to spot a phishing email? Do you employees recognize them right away? Do they know what to do in case they suspect to have received a phishing email? Let’s not take any risks and make it as easy as possible for your teams to report suspicious emails and get professional advice on the next steps!
Is your organization in line with the new NIS2 directive?
We expect the Belgian transposition of the EU directive by 17/10/2024. Make sure your environment is completely secure to avoid fines!