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Phishnix to Showcase its Latest Version 3.0 at the RSA Conference
Phishnix, a leading phishing diagnostic solution, will debut its latest version at RSA Conference in San Francisco.
This year Phishnix will be attending RSA Conference and providing attendees with valuable information about the risks of Phishing and how to avoid such attacks. Phishing has become a greater risk for companies as is apparent as Facebook, Twitter, South Carolina’s Department of Revenue, and the New York Times are a few of the companies who have experienced Phishing scams in the past few months.
The RSA Conference, is the world’s leading information security conference and expositions, will hold its annual conference in San Francisco. RSA conference has a reputation for attracting the best and brightest in the information security field, creating the opportunity for Information security professionals to educate themselves on the industry’s most important issues.
The newest version of Phishnix was aimed at improving the customers experience as well as creating the most up-to-date attack vectors. “We are excited to debut our latest version. Phishnix is constantly innovating to find ways to enhance customer experience and that is apparent in this version.” says Sameer Shelke, Chief Technology Officer of Phishnix.
Phishnix, a leader in Phishing Diagnostic solutions is powered by Aujas (http://www.aujas.com/
ABOUT PHISHNIX :
Phishnix is a Phishing Diagnostic Solution which enables organizations to enhance their security posture against social engineering attacks by providing comprehensive user behavioural analysis. Phishnix is powered by Aujas, a Global Information Risk Management (IRM) company providing consulting and technology services in the area of security, compliance, privacy and information risk. Aujas was ranked the fastest growing security and risk management company in Asia Pacific by Deloitte Fast 500 APAC program. For more information, please visit www.phishnix.com or www.aujas.com.
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