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PhishMe provides an intuitive reporting interface that helps you understand the overall impact the training has had on your organization as well as the results from individual actions. For each scenario, our system creates a unique assessment of the overall risk of the target groups falling for the simulated phish. To assist in providing reporting to management, all of the key data points are provided in a visual dashboard that can be easily exported. Core details provided in the reports include overall response to the scenarios (how many employees fell for the bait), response during the first eight hours of the scenario, response by day, a breakdown of users browsers', and the geo-location of their network gateway.
At each level, PhishMe allows the administrator to explore the specific results in greater depth. Individual tabs provide granular level reporting on responses for each individual to each scenario. If the game training module is utlized, overall responses to each question as well as individual scores are provided.
As a unique feature, PhishMe’s reporting module provides a trend graphing feature that helps you understand the change in user behavior over time, allowing you to quickly understand the level of response for each scenario and how it has changed. By breaking your user community into logical groups and tabulating the results by group, you can rapidly demonstrate training effectiveness over time
We also help you understand where the training messages are not being effectively received. Our repeat offender report tab helps you quickly identify those that have shown a difficulty in understanding the material by failing for scenarios on multiple occasions, With this information, you can then focus follow-up training only for those staff members . Our customers find that focusing additional personalized training efforts on the 4% to 7% of the population that repeatedly fall for PhishMe scenarios can dramatically reduce attacker effectiveness, while avoiding disrupting the rest of the organization with overly repetitive exercises.