Correctly erasing your data to dispose or pass on your device
Simply deleting the content on a device is not enough. Attackers can gain access to user accounts via disposed or resold devices on which data has 'only' been deleted.
Can my e-banking account be hacked just using an IBAN number, address and copy of my identity card? No, but ...
With many types of fraud, attackers demand personal data such as your name, address and telephone number. In many cases, they also ask for an IBAN or request that their victims submit a copy of their …
How to protect my bank cards inside my wallet?
Time and again, data are stolen from credit and bank cards without their owners even noticing. Protect yourself against unauthorised capture of your personal data.
Beware of fakes!
Websites, apps, texts – anything digital is relatively easy to fake. Criminals are increasingly taking advantage of this fact to scam unsuspecting users.
The “Qbot” e-banking Trojan
Several security companies warn of the “Qbot” malware. This e-banking Trojan for instance is top of Check Point’s “Most Wanted Malware” list.
Sophisticated phishing attempts by phone
A current wave of attacks starts with a WhatsApp call and might just result in the abuse of your credit card data. Protect yourself!
Fraudsters are abusing small ad portals
Auction portals and small ad platforms are very popular. But there are criminals lurking there, too. Don’t let yourself be led up the garden path!
Are your password practices secure?
Users are not given an exactly clean bill of health by security researchers: In spite of all awareness campaigns, a large majority is still using weak passwords.
Spring courses 2023
Since 2010 we have trained several thousands of people during our popular courses already. Would you also like to improve your digital security or refresh your knowledge? Then attend one of our …
A growing danger
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has reported that they received more than 34.000 reports of cyber security events. That’s a significant increase when compared to the previous year.
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