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Phishing Response

Automatic response to phishing

Phishing emails are fake emails designed to trick the recipient into giving up sensitive information, such as usernames and passwords, credit card details or other personal information. They can also contain malware that can infect devices or networks.

Microsoft's email filters do not catch all phishing attacks. Businesses are constantly exposed to phishing attacks, which are time-consuming to respond to and can lead to compromised users and be the first step in larger attacks.

How does phishing response work?


Company employees report phishing attempts by using the "Report Message" button in Outlook.


Netsecurity receives the email as an alarm and investigates whether the email is malicious with automation and manual analysis.


We check whether others in the company have received the same email, which employees have visited the email's links and who has downloaded any attachments.


The email is deleted from all recipients' inboxes, attachments are deleted, endpoints are scanned for malware and users can be logged out and have their passwords reset.

If one or more users report the email as phishing in the user's email client, the email will be sent to our security monitoring (NSOC) for analysis and automatic response - i.e. deletion of emails and attachments from all recipients as well as user response to users who have visited suspicious links from the email.
Jens Elmholt Birkeland

Jens Elmholt Birkeland

+47 920 23 456

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