Next-gen vishing simulations

Evaluate and train your employees against voice phishing (vishing)

Phone-based cyberattacks

Over the past year, vishing attacks have increased by nearly 300% and AI-powered voice solutions are making it easier to impersonate people.



Vishing is used to extract sensitive information or money from individuals by impersonating someone they trust over a voice call.

Voice cloning

Voice cloning

Voice is subconsciously used as an identification factor, but progress in deep fakes and voice cloning make it easy to abuse and conduct high-criticity attacks.


See it in action

AI-generated vishing attack

The recrodings bellow are a conversation between an AI and a human, the AI is trying to obtain sensitive information from the human using an AI agent that is trained to sound and act like a human.

1. Example of a vishing attack to obtain 2FA code
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2. Example of a vishing attack to make the victim install a malware
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How Arsen protects your company
against vishing attacks?


Identify potential targets

Customer support, high-privilege employees and C-suite members are most likely to be targeted by cybercriminals.


Select relevant threats

Based on our threat monitoring, select the type of attack that could be used against your company.


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Follow up and improve security

Arsen provides awareness training and follow-up vishing simulations to train your employees and develop new behaviors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Vishing, or voice phishing, is a type of cyberattack where criminals use phone calls to deceive individuals into sharing confidential information, such as passwords or financial details. Unlike phishing, vishing relies on the human element of conversation to exploit trust and manipulate victims.

Hackers use various techniques to make vishing (voice phishing) attacks more believable and successful. Here are some common methods:

  • Impersonation: Pretending to be trusted callers.
  • Caller ID Spoofing: They manipulate caller ID to make the call appear legitimate.
  • Urgency and Fear Tactics: Pressuring victims by claiming account issues or legal threats.
  • Voice Manipulation: Using technology to mimic voices of trusted individuals (using voice cloning techniques).
  • Building Rapport: Having a realistic conversation and handling objections in a live call.
  • Offering Rewards: Promising deals or discounts to entice victims.
  • Fake Surveys or Contests: Conducting phony surveys or contests to collect personal information.

Yes, vishing simulation is legal under certain conditions: obtaining prior consent from the involved parties such as your organization, complying with local data protection laws (GDPR, FCC, CCPA in California, etc.), and having a legitimate objective like security testing. Post-test transparency is essential, and care must be taken not to harm individuals.

Depending on the nature of your business, vishing attacks can pose a significant threat to your organization. AI revolutionizes vishing with personalized messages, lifelike voice synthesis, and scalable, adaptive campaigns, making it more challenging to detect and defend against it.

Vishing can lead to data breaches, financial loss, and reputational damage. It is essential to educate employees about the risks of vishing and implement security measures to protect your organization.

Yes, vishing campaigns can be coordinated with SMS or email campaigns to simulate multi-vector attacks and test employees' response to different phishing threats.

We highly recommend running vishing campaigns regularly to keep employees informed and prepared for potential threats.

For advanced voice cloning attacks, it typically takes a few weeks to plan and execute, including preparation, execution of calls, and analysis of results. The duration can vary depending on the size of the organization and the scope of the campaign.

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