Is your organisation sufficiently secure? New legal requirements, a growing and ever more strongly networked IT complexity, an increasing use of mobile technology, a move towards cloud use, plus organised crime on the Internet – all these make security, and above all IT security, an absolute must. Take this course to learn which steps and measures you can take to significantly strengthen your organisation’s IT security.
When a system fails, this can frequently and rapidly lead to major consequences, which may even threaten an organisation’s existence (e. g. due to production losses and resultant lost turnover). Disclosure of sensitive information can also have far-reaching consequences for organisations (e. g. damage to their reputation); something which they can only recover from with much effort and difficulty, if at all.
And it is not just large corporations which are targeted in attacks, but very frequently SMEs, too. It is these companies in particular which often lack the time resources and professional competence required enabling them to properly deal with issues involving IT security and data protection.
First part: Current threats
Learn which kind of threats there are, based on current incidents and examples.
- Malware, ransomware
- Social engineering, phishing
Second part: Steps and measures for increased IT security and data protection
Learn which first steps and measures you can take to significantly increase your organisation’s IT security.
- Which organisational measures to take?
- Which technical provisions to (have) implement(ed)?
- What should employees do?
After taking this course, you will be aware of crucial digital threats and terms, and know the initial measures to take for more IT security in your organisation! Ask the right questions, in the right place!
Target groups and preconditions
C-level senior management members and people responsible for IT, IT security or data protection in your organisation (e. g. senior management, IT officers, IT security officers, etc.).
No specific (technical) previous knowledge required.
Duration: 2 ½ hours (including a break)
Held: On-site or online (using “Zoom”)
On-site course: CHF 90.00
Online course: CHF 80.00
Courses will be invoiced about a week before the course date.
You can cancel your course free of charge up to two weeks before it takes place. After that time, the full amount will fall due.
Course dates: On-site courses
Due to COVID-19, we are currently offering online courses only!
Course dates: Online courses
Please note that you need a computer (running Windows or macOS) or tablet with Internet access and a speaker to attend our online courses. You will receive instructions on how to use Zoom plus our course presentation in the post from us before the course.
You will have to register for this course! Please use the top button displayed next to the required course. Please note you will be registering on the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts website, i.e. you will be redirected there.
The number of participants is limited. We reserve the right to move course dates.
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They were organised and will be held by Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology.
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“eBanking – but secure!” offers a variety of other courses, too.
You can find our course overview here.