Wednesday, February 14
A Pittsburgh-based security awareness and training software company is aiming to make reporting phishing emails a little easier.
Wombat Security Technologies announced new features to its PhishAlarm suspicious email reporting button Thursday. Phishing emails are messages from a cybercriminal attempting to extract information from the recipient that they otherwise might not want to share.
When a company uses Wombat’s PhishAlarm button, employees can select an email and press the button to report suspicious emails, said Amy Baker, vice president of marketing.