PhishLabs Recognized as a Best Place to Work for Fourth Consecutive Year

PhishLabs Recognized as a Best Place to Work for Fourth Consecutive Year

Charleston-based cybersecurity company is named a top employer in South Carolina.

June 25, 2019, Charleston, SC – PhishLabs, the leading provider in protecting against cyber threats that exploit employees, customers, and brands, has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in South Carolina for the fourth consecutive year.  Companies throughout the state entered a two-part survey process, which evaluated workplace policies, practices, and culture, and included an extensive employee engagement and satisfaction survey.

“PhishLabs has a positive reputation in the market because we deliver high value services and obsess over delighting our clients; That wouldn’t be possible without our team members living our values and continually raising the bar,” said Tony Prince, CEO of PhishLabs.

“The Charleston tech market is very competitive, so it means a lot to have our employees attest to us being an employer of choice,” said Suzie Rybicki, Vice President of Talent & Training at PhishLabs. “We’ve worked hard to develop a very transparent and collaborative culture and the people in our PhishLabs’ family really do make the difference.”

The Best Places to Work in South Carolina award was created by SC Biz News in partnership with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group.  The 2019 list is made up of 75 total companies. Actual rankings will be announced at an awards dinner in Columbia on August 1, 2019.

About PhishLabs

Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, PhishLabs partners with enterprises to protect against cyber threats that exploit their employees, customers, and brands. With services that address phishing attacks across email, social media, web, mobile, and SMS channels, PhishLabs reduces the risk posed by the broad range of threats that use phishing techniques. Top enterprises rely on PhishLabs to protect against stolen credentials, malware, brand abuse, and online fraud.

To learn more, visit http://www.phishlabs.com and follow @phishlabs.