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

Posted on August 11, 2021

Charleston-based cybersecurity company is named a top employer.

August 11, 2021, Charleston, SC – PhishLabs, the leading provider of Digital Risk Protection solutions, has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work for the sixth consecutive year. The award recognizes top-notch employers who continue to put their employees first during these challenging times. Check out career opportunities at PhishLabs, here.

“Our team members are our top priority. This was the case before the pandemic and it will continue to be after the pandemic is behind us,” said Tony Prince, CEO of PhishLabs. “We are a Best Place to Work year after year because we genuinely appreciate our people, thrive on continual improvement, and our work makes a positive impact.”

“By embracing remote work, being flexible, and leading with empathy, we’ve helped our team members keep a healthy work/life balance,” said Suzie Rybicki, Vice President of People Operations at PhishLabs. “The more we support our employees, the more they succeed and the more we grow as a company.”

The 2021 Best Places to Work awards are based on a comprehensive, two-part evaluation process. The first assessment evaluates the company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. The second consists of a thorough and anonymous employee satisfaction survey.

About PhishLabs

PhishLabs is a cyber threat intelligence company that protects against brand, account takeover, and data leakage threats. Founded in 2008, we deliver curated threat intelligence and complete mitigation across the digital risk landscape. The world’s leading brands rely on PhishLabs to find and remediate external threats wherever they live. To learn more, visit

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