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Pro­tect your access. Don't let them in

Do you lock your door when you leave your home? You should also pro­tect your devices and online access against access by strangers the same way.

The per­sonal data you hold on your com­puter, smart­phone or tablet is a valu­able com­modity. Think, for example, of the credit card details you logged with an online shop, or your online banking login data. This makes it all the more impor­tant to pro­tect your access to these sites. That’s why you should use only strong pass­words to log in.

There is also an inter­view with secu­rity expert Oliver Hirschi you can read on this topic (in German).

Check the s-u-p-e-r.ch web­site and «eBanking – but secure!» (EBAS) (https://www.ebas.ch/en/) from 3 May onwards to dis­cover the dan­gers you need to be aware of, and what simple steps you can take to pro­tect yourself.

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Keep it simple? Not with passwords!

Strong pass­words con­sist of at least 12 char­ac­ters, con­taining upper and lower-case let­ters, num­bers, and at least one spe­cial character.”

Oliver Hirschi, lec­turer and head of “eBanking – but secure” at HSLU, has a trick for set­ting strong pass­words that are easy to remember.

What else would you like to learn about security when e-banking?

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and learn more:

Basic course

Find out about cur­rent Internet threats and some easy pro­tec­tive mea­sures, and how to securely use e-banking.

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Online course mobile banking/payments

Find out about mobile banking, mobile pay­ments and how to securely use these apps.

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Online course for the under-30s

Learn how to use your smart­phone securely. Next to basics, we will show you what you should know about social media, clouds, mobile banking and mobile payments.

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Course for SMEs

Is your organ­i­sa­tion suf­fi­ciently secure? Learn which mea­sures you can take to sig­nif­i­cantly strengthen your organisation’s IT security.

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