Your DEDICATED TEAM of PENETRATION TESTERS and EDUCATION SPECIALISTS.
We Monitor and Mitigate Your Phishing Risk, Around the Clock. We do this By Giving Your Phishing Risk a Pulse, then Continuously Monitoring and Improving it.

YOUR RISK QUANTIFIED

We Give Your Phishing Risk a Pulse, Then We Improve Your Heart Rate.

SpearSec provides a quantified Vulnerability Score for your entire organisation, down to each individual employee. For the first time, you can now see where your phishing risk is at all times, and how it moves.

ALL VECTORS COVERED

In 2016, Phishing Comes via Multiple Vectors, Often at Once. SpearSec Simulates this Reality.

Gone are the days of the one-off simple email phishing attack. Today, sophisticated threats involve a coordination of emails and SMS, timed to the victim's clock. This is human hacking in 2016, and we simulate it.


LATEST THREATS

Ransomware, CEO Fraud, Attachments and Download Links - SpearSec keeps up with Phishing.

Phishing is a dynamic threat. With thousands of new attacks each day, criminals are employing intelligent strategies which hijack human habits and emotions. We build the human firewalls that fight back.


CONTINUOUS SIMULATION

Choosing SpearSec is Choosing a Culture of Continuous Assessment and Improvement.

Habits are hard to form, and once formed, hard to maintain. SpearSec works around the clock to assess and train employees. Our intelligent automation seeks out persistent leaks, and turns defence into a team sport.

FLEXIBLE & SIMPLE

A Powerful Phishing Simulation Engine with a Complete API - Without Compromising UX.

We provide some of the most flexible & powerful phishing simulation tools available today - features which are all accessible via our API. This powerful toolset comes packaged in our function-driven, minimal design philosophy.

POWERFUL ANALYTICS

We Give Data a Voice. This Voice is Clear.

Data without context is knowing the coordinates on a map to nowhere. Our Analytics give you meaningful context: How did this campaign compare to the last campaign? Are we improving over time? How did Sarah do compared to her department? We show you.