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5 steps for your dig­ital secu­rity

Pro­tect your data and devices with our “5 steps for your dig­ital secu­rity”.

1 – Backing up data

How much do you value your data? You should reg­u­larly back them up onto at least one second medium, and always check that your data have actu­ally been backed up, too.
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2 – Mon­i­toring with antivirus soft­ware and fire­wall

What kinds of “access doors” are open on your device, and which kind of viruses can pass through? Prac­ti­cally none, as long as you have acti­vated a fire­wall and installed antivirus soft­ware.
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3 – Pre­venting with soft­ware updates

Who better to look after your pro­grammes' secu­rity than their man­u­fac­turers? Main­tain your system, soft­ware and apps, and make sure to reg­u­larly run the latest updates.
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4 – Pro­tecting online access

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.
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5 – Exer­cising care and remaining alert

Do you believe every­thing they want you to believe? Take respon­si­bility your­self, and always apply a healthy dose of sus­pi­cion when surfing.
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Basic courses

This basic course will point out cur­rent threats on the Internet and con­veys mea­sures as to how you can pro­tect your­self by taking some simple mea­sures.

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Learn and prac­tice the most impor­tant mea­sures for your com­puter and e-banking secu­rity on com­puters pro­vided by us.

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