YOUR AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR A SUSTAINABLE SECURITY CULTURE
- Lite: 4-weeks or permanent current state analysis to determine your security level
- Basic, Professional und Premium: You define your desired level and we take care of the sustainable awareness training
- Inform employees, works council and other stakeholders
- We are happy to help you with ready-to-use information materials and personal meetings
- For data privacy reasons, the employees are grouped by you
- Then you upload the participant lists in a common format
Lean back and observe the increasing ESI®
- We take care of the training of your employees in full service
- You can easily track the increasing security level in the Awareness Manager dashboard
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The Employee Security Index (ESI®) makes security awarenessmeasurable and is a KPI of information security.
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Reading time: 3 Researchers at Darmstadt University of Technology, in collaboration with IT-Seal, have now found that social media users are significantly more vulnerable to cyberattacks than non-social media users.
Reading time: 3 Today, employees are an important factor in information security and require appropriate training. But how do you communicate training measures and security awareness campaigns that could be critically evaluated at first glance because of employee privacy?
Reading time: 3 In mid-April, it became known that cyber criminals had read the profile data of half a billion LinkedIn users and were now offering them for sale online. What is interesting in this case is that this form of data retrieval, also known as data scraping, is not illegal and LinkedIn is therefore not declaring the incident to be a data leak in the strict sense.
David Kelm explains in the interview why the publication of this data can nevertheless have fatal consequences for companies and how they can protect themselves against social engineering attacks.