Course overviewFurther information
Points to remember when logging in
When logging into your e-banking facility, you have to enter sensitive and private details (for instance your password). This is how to do so in a secure manner.
Mobile payments and contactless payments
Payments via smartphone or contactless cards are becoming ever more popular. To shop with no need for cash or codes is convenient – yet it also involves risks.
They offer certain advantages when compared to classic financial institutions. Online banks have one big drawback though: It is often not very easy to contact them.
Privacy and data protection on the Internet
An ever increasing number of data is stored on the Internet nowadays – whether you are aware of it or not. But how secure are your personal data?
Am I e-banking securely?Further information
Account hacked! What to do?
Every bank customer’s nightmare: Criminals gain access to your account and clear it out. If this has already happened, the main thing is damage limitation – and to learn from this.
Deleting browser history
These instructions will explain how to delete your stored browser data (browser history, browser cache).
5 steps for your digital security
Protect your data and devices with our “5 steps for your digital security”.
Online course for the under-30s
This online course will teach you how to use your everyday devices – like your smartphone – securely. Next to these basics, we will also show you what’s important to know when using social media …
Is your mobile device fit for the holidays?
Not long to go until the summer holidays now. To enjoy a completely relaxing holiday, protect your mobile device and any data stored on it.
Secure log-ins with passwords and co.
World Password Day of all things was used to discuss abolishing passwords altogether among experts. Quite some time should pass till that time comes though, and our security recommendations for passwords still apply.
Paying securely with your credit cards
Increasingly, credit card transactions are verified using so-called security codes. Yet despite – or even because of – this apparently positive development from a technical point of view, caution is still called for when using your credit cards.