Starting March 1st, 2019, Rapid7 will no longer offer or support InsightPhishing, and the beta program will end. The knowledge gained during the beta program has enabled us to significantly advance the Insight cloud.
With the official end-of-program date approaching, we want to provide key dates and help you identify the impacts to your account.
All existing beta users will maintain access to InsightPhishing through February 28th, 2019. Beginning March 1st, 2019, the product will no longer be available for use. If you were a member of the small group of users who were given the option to purchase extended InsightPhishing functionality, your payment will be refunded.
January 28, 2019
Rapid7 makes the end-of-program announcement to customers.
February 28, 2019
The last date customers can log in to InsightPhishing accounts, and the last date to receive service and support for the program.
March 1, 2019
The program becomes obsolete. User accounts and data are deleted.
The InsightPhishing Beta Program was an open-access product beta offered by Rapid7 that helped security professionals mitigate the organizational risk of phishing attacks.
As with any beta offering, we set out to find the best way to provide customers with the tools needed to address a specific security need. By working with beta participants, we explored a variety of common phishing challenges that customers face today. We ultimately found our existing solutions on the Insight platform, like InsightIDR and InsightConnect, could more effectively address these challenges. Therefore, we plan to focus our ongoing efforts on these solutions.
No. When the InsightPhishing program ends, we will delete all user data.
We’re always exploring new ways to help security teams innovate with confidence and will post new announcements to our blog as new programs become available. In the meantime, Rapid7 offers free trials for most of the solutions across our Insight cloud. You can learn more about our different offerings at rapid7.com/try/insight.