PhishLabs Recognized as a Best Places to Work for Fifth Consecutive Year

Posted on July 20, 2020

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

July 20, 2020, Charleston, SC – PhishLabs, the leading provider of Digital Risk Protection solutions, has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in South Carolina for the fifth consecutive year. The award honors the state’s top-notch employers who create a positive work environment where employees can thrive. Check out career opportunities at PhishLabs, here.

“Putting our people first is fundamental to our culture and success. Being recognized as a Best Place To Work five years in a row is a testament to our team and the values we share. It is a privilege to work with so many talented and committed individuals,” said Tony Prince, CEO of PhishLabs.

“When employees are empowered and appreciated, it creates a culture that is collaborative and engaging. We work together to stop cyber criminals and we have fun doing it,” said Suzie Rybicki, Vice President of Talent & Training. “We’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our team.”

The Best Places to Work in South Carolina award is based on a two-part evaluation process. The first assessment evaluates the company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. The second consists of an anonymous employee survey to measure the engagement and satisfaction level of the company’s employees.

About PhishLabs

PhishLabs provides Digital Risk Protection through curated threat intelligence and complete mitigation. Founded in 2008, the company protects enterprises against brand, account takeover, and data leakage threats across their digital footprint. Every day, PhishLabs detects and remediates thousands of threats targeting the world’s largest companies and brands. To learn more, visit

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