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 …
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 …
Uses and risks of online virus scanners
You cannot just check suspicious documents such as e-mail attachments with the help of locally installed anti-virus software, but also by using an online service – convenient, but also risky.
If your antivirus app is itself a virus
There was a plethora of so-called “antivirus” apps to be found in the Android PlayStore actually serving to spread malware. Google has now removed these apps – yet the risk remains.
How to navigate small ad platforms safely
Small ad platforms are a favourite for use in fraudulent activities. Use them with caution, and make sure to observe our rules of conduct below.
Is your mobile device sufficiently protected?
Data loss and malware can also affect smartphones and tablets, especially if important security precautions are neglected.
Some places still available: Spring courses 2022
Just about four weeks left, and our popular courses will commence again – and there’s still some places available! If you would like to improve your digital security, attend one of our “eBanking – but …
QR invoices keep arriving through our letterbox with increasing frequency – replacing those familiar red and orange deposit slips. Our eponymous article will explain to you what to bear in mind when …
Watch out for fraudulent calls for donations
Criminals are shamelessly abusing the population’s helpfulness at the moment, using fake e-mails to get their hands on donated funds or credit card information.
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Find out about current Internet threats and some easy protective measures, and how to securely use e-banking.
Online course mobile banking/payments
Find out about mobile banking, mobile payments and how to securely use these apps.
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.
Course for SMEs
Is your organisation sufficiently secure? Learn which measures you can take to significantly strengthen your organisation’s IT security.