There are four steps in creating and publishing a Phishing Simulation:
- Phish Details
- Phish Content
- Email Attachments
The first of these is Phish Details; once within this section, you need to complete the below information:
Name: Populate the name of the Phishing Simulation here.
Description: Add a description of the Simulation.
Select Languages: Choose the language of the Simulation from the drop-down. For Multi-language Phish, you can select multiple languages.
Manage in Campaign: This will allow the Phishing Simulation to be populated within a Campaign with other content, e.g. Course and Policies. See also: How Do I Add Content to a Campaign? (This option is not available when multiple languages have been selected.)
Save as Test Data: This will omit this Phishing Simulation from the Phish Reporting. See also: 'Save as Test Data' – What does this do?
Anonymous Responses: Selecting this will anonymise the identity of the users from the Reporting. See also: Anonymise the Phish Reports
Keywords: By default, these are already populated, but you can also add your own.
Categories: A category must be selected. If a category is not available, it will need to be created via How to Create Categories
The next area in creating a Phish is adding a Learning Experience.
The Learning Experience functionality offers the on-point training which the user will receive if they either click, enter data into a form, or download the embedded attachment.
There are 4 types of Learning Experience:
- Upload Own PDF Learning Experiences
Some of the HMTL Learning Experiences can be customised; the following article explains how to do this: How to Customise a HTML Learning Experience.
If you choose to customise a HTML Learning Experience, you also have the option to embed a Nano video within it; simply select Attach Nano:
You can include one of our Nano Videos as part of the Learning Experience by selecting the Video option:
- Choose either Select to add the video, or Preview to watch in advance.
To opt for a PDF Learning Experience, simply select PDF:
- Now, choose the Select button. (If you wish to preview the Learning content, simply select the Preview button.)
4. Upload Own PDF Learning Experiences
This article explains how to upload your own PDF Learning Experiences: Can I Upload My Own Learning Experiences?
The Company Logo used within the simulation can be changed to your organisation's own corporate logo by choosing Select File (top of Learning Experience).
This is a Mandatory field and must be populated with text. The inputted text is what users will see at the end of the Learning Experience as they click to show they have completed the content.
The fifth step in creating a Phish is adding an Exit Summary.
Once the user has completed the Learning Experience, this summary will pop up to further inform them that they have been involved in a Phishing Simulation. This text used is editable.
You also have the option to include a Disclaimer; the text used will appear within the Learning Experience and is editable.
*Some elements noted above are not currently available when sending a Phish in multiple languages.