Definition of visher in English:

visher

noun

  • See vishing

    • ‘Employees receive typical vishing calls and are scored on whether they give the visher information.’
    • ‘A visher can change routings easily, but even so the analysis can potentially reveal details that will reveal a given call as being false.’
    • ‘A visher in India may call and trick people from the USA and the latter might not be able to do anything about it.’
    • ‘A Voice over Internet Protocol phone number can be easily created without the visher having to divulge and thoroughly verify his personal information as one must with traditional phone lines.’
    • ‘The role-playing visher told the manager that the company was looking at the possibility of winning a multimillion-dollar government contract.’
    • ‘These aspects will lead to success as a professional visher.’

Pronunciation

visher

/ˈvɪʃə/