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New employees: the weakest link in your organization?

  As the saying goes, “the weakest link in the chain is the one that breaks it.” The same is true for your organization. If you have a new, inexperienced employee, they may be the weakest link when it comes to cybersecurity. That’s why it’s so important to provide security…

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The ROI of your Security Awareness Program

  One of the difficulties customers experience in the run-up to their security awareness program is determining ROI. How do you, as a company, find out how much money you will effectively earn back with your program? And when is that payback moment there? Determining ROI of your security awareness…

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What is Smishing?

  Have you ever received a text message claiming to be from your bank that asks you to click on a link or enter personal information? If so, you may have been the target of a smishing attack. Smishing – a portmanteau of “SMS” and “phishing”—uses text messages instead of…

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Success and failure of Security Awareness

  There is a thin line between success and failure of security awareness. If we look at the effectiveness, we see that many of these projects, in companies that are not well-guided, fail or go completely wrong. The reason for this is that employees in general are not very willing…

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The Importance Of Security Awareness Training

  Security Awareness Training (SAT) is becoming increasingly important for organizations. These training courses enable employees to better understand IT solutions and their relevance and to recognize potential problems more quickly. More and more companies are teaching their employees how to protect their own computers and personal and company information.…

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Why is Ethical Hacking necessary?

  For those who are not involved in cybersecurity or for those just starting out, there is often a lot of discussion about ‘Ethical Hacking’. Can hacking actually be ethical? And what exactly does ethical hacking mean? Why is it necessary? And what does it actually take to become a…

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How to protect your business from Ransomware?

  In recent years, companies have had to deal a lot with ransomware. Ransomware is a highly malicious attack by cybercriminals whereby they take over your computers and systems and hold them hostage until your company pays an often large sum of money in cryptocurrency. Many companies in Belgium and the…

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6 successful elements of Security Awareness

  Even the best attempts to improve security cannot compete with a good overall security culture within a company. In recent years, security awareness has become increasingly important. But what makes a Security Awareness program really successful? Get support from above By getting support from seniors, the CEO, or other…

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Why do companies pay for Ethical Hacking?

The term hacker often reminds us of a lonely person with a hood on, in the dark behind the computer. Someone who invades our daily lives reads our secrets and steals our money. Still, not all hackers are bad or out for money. There are also ethical hackers and experts…

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Are your employees trained on Teleworking?

  Now that a lot of employees are working from home, we have to ask ourselves how well-trained they are in teleworking. Not all employees have extensive knowledge of IT and technology. Training in teleworking is therefore often recommended. Train your employees in IT management (light version) When employees work…

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