Phish your Own Users: Getting Started

Infographic Phishing


  1. Provide training first
  2. Use various phishing methods
  3. Target groups or individual employees
  4. Include the Executive Team
  5. Inform staff of the results
  6. Provide additional training to those who failed
  7. Ask staff to forward suspicious emails to the designated address to be evaluated (i.e.
  8. Conduct tests regularly

Visit our Phishing page to learn more. Contact the RedLens InfoSec team if you have any questions or want to get started!

Phish Your Own Users


About the Author
Kathy Staples

Kathy Staples

Marketing Manager

Kathy Staples has over 20 years of experience in digital marketing, with special focus on corporate marketing initiatives and serving as an account manager for many Fortune 500 clients. As CampusGuard's Marketing Manager, Kathy's main objectives are to drive the company's brand awareness and marketing strategies while strengthening our partnerships with higher education institutions and organizations. Her marketing skills encompass multiple digital marketing initiatives, including campaign development, website management, SEO optimization, and content, email, and social media marketing.