Would your Employees Pass the USB Drop Test?

You may be surprised by the number of employees that don’t!

As recent social engineering studies have shown, if they found an ‘apparently lost’ USB device outside your organisation or in communal areas, around 45% would try checking the USB for clues to find the owner. This can trigger malware to install and provide a point of access for a cybercriminal.

Defending Against USB Drop Attacks

Employee curiosity presents the greatest risk to an organisation. A strategic defence must prioritise providing ongoing employee education.

With the Phriendly Phishing USB Drop Testing & Reporting Tool you can benchmark your risk and support ongoing employee education with regular re-testing (according to the risk profile of your organisation).

Key Features & Benefits

  • Quick and simple to use – create and manage a USB drop test in a few easy steps

  • Customise/brand the ‘infected’ source documents

  • Real-time reporting

  • Supports and simplifies an ongoing testing and training cycle

  • A triggered USB Drop does not alert or impact end-users

The USB Drop Testing & Reporting Tool is another compelling reason to sign up to Phriendly Phishing today!

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What is social engineering assessment?

A social engineering assessment is a test that aims to understand the human vulnerabilities in your organisation.

Is social engineering a network security test?

No, It isn’t. But network security tests are a part of social engineering assessments.

Why do hackers use social engineering?

This is usually because most hackers find it easier to manipulate other people into divulging information than trying to find weak spots in an organisation's network.