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Phishbite is an easy to use AI-powered phishing simulation platform to reduce cybersecurity risks by increasing employee awareness.
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Phisbite is a phishing simulation tool that tests employee cybersecurity awareness, enhances employee knowledge, and provides feedback to the employer.

Continuous phishing testing

Phishbite provides automated sending AI-generated of personalized phishing attack simulations. We take into account company and employee profile and local cultural context just like attackers do.

Training when it’s needed

Upon making a mistake, the employee is presented with guidance on how to recognise such phishing attempts in the future, thereby reducing the risk of falling victim to cyberattacks.

Creating transparency

We provide weekly and monthly reports on the conducted phishing tests and their results, which allows for identifying the main areas of risk and mitigate them.

Raising security awareness

In addition to conducting phishing tests, we regularly share information that enhances security awareness, tailored to the currently active trends and increased risks.

Key characteristics

Phishbite offers a comprehensive solution for sending phishing simulations and increasing employees’ security awareness.


By using text generation algorithms, we can create personalised phishing simulations that are as realistic and effective as possible.

Easy to use

We ensure that the tests run automatically, eliminating the need for our clients to create and manage them.


The greatest benefit of phishing simulations is achieved through their continual implementation. One-time tests do not educate or increase employee vigilance as effectively as ongoing simulations.

Test upgrades

We constantly incorporate new methods used by cybercriminals into our tests.


Our tests provide immediate feedback to the user, helping to instantly improve security awareness.

Raising awareness of phishing as a problem

Phishing attacks are the most common form of cybercrime and AI-based text generation algorithms have made phishing attacks much more effective.

5000000 phishing sites were detected worldwide by 2023

Cost-effective, flexible plan

Free for 14 days

Choose the number of employees
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Start educating your team now and follow up phishing tests with useful materials.

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About Phishbite

Our Mission

At Phishbite, our mission is to empower organizations to defend against cyberattacks and reduce their risks.

We are at the beginning of our journey with Phishbite and have been part of the Tehnopol Cyber Accelerator program since September 2023. Our SaaS platform is being developed with the support of the European Cyber Competence Centre and its members.


The founders of Phisbite have extensive experience in the security field. They have been with SK ID Solutions, contributing to the development and operation of the EID infrastructure in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania

Henrik Uustalo
Henrik Uustalo
Sales and legal
Mikk Mähar
Mikk Mähar
Technology and security
Urmo Keskel
Product and marketing
Cybersecurity is about people, not just technology.

Alan Paller
founder of the SANS Technology Institute​

Cybersecurity is an ongoing battle, not a one-time event.

Michael Dell
Founder, chairman, and CEO of Dell Technologies​

Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people.

Bruce Schneier
American cryptographer, computer security professional

Reduce your phishing related human risks with Phishbite before it’s too late

Frequently asked questions

All questions you might have about phishing and our service

A phishing  is a type of cyber attack where a criminal tries to trick the victim into sharing sensitive information about themselves or their employer by pretending to be a trustworthy person or organization. This is mostly done through email, but phishing attempts through text messages, phone calls, or social media are becoming more common.

Attackers look for access to confidential data and try to gain entry into an organization’s information systems. Often, a simple human mistake by an employee can make such an attack possible. Your organization’s information and customer data can be valuable for identity theft, fraud, extortion, or for selling on the dark web.

Phishing simulations are exercises where organizations send their employees safe, but realistic phishing emails to test their ability to recognize phishing attempts. These help evaluate the company’s cybersecurity hygiene level and raise employee awareness.

Employees often are the first and last line of defense against cyber attacks. Informed employees can recognize and avoid phishing attempts, protecting both their own and the company’s valuable information.