Cyber Security

We see that hackers are becoming more cunning and their attacks more targeted. Therefore, it’s important that you equip your employees well in the fight against cybercrime. As a company or public organisation, it’s crucial that you are attentive to several parameters within cybersecurity such as data protection, passwords, phishing, CEO fraud, and hacking.

Data Protection

It’s important to understand how the information you handle should be managed. Confidential information remains confidential only if treated accordingly. Therefore, it’s crucial for employees to know how information, data, and IT equipment should be handled.


How do you classify, for example, public, internal, and confidential information? What systems do you use for storing and sharing documents? What should employees do when they need to change IT equipment?


Most likely, we all receive unwanted emails and spam in our inbox to some extent. Do your employees know exactly how to handle unwanted emails?


Hackers are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and in recent years, we’ve heard about so-called CEO frauds. Here, hackers pretend to be a company’s director, asking an employee for help transferring money. What should your employees do if they are hacked or exposed to ransomware? How should confidential information in emails be handled?

Mobile Devices

Employees should be aware of certain precautions regarding their mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops.


There are some additional precautions to take when using work-related mobile devices. Unlike the desktop computer, which is securely located in the workplace and connected to the company’s secure WiFi, there are pitfalls such as insecure WiFi spots, theft, etc., to be aware of when moving outside the workplace.


It’s not certain that company leaders and managers interfere with employees’ passwords – it’s, of course, confidential. But it might still be a good idea to remind employees of some precautions when it comes to password usage. For example, not using the same password in multiple places.


At the same time, you can provide your employees with some good tools to create and remember a secure password.


Phishing is a method where cybercriminals use emails, SMS messages, fake websites, or other types of messages to deceive valuable information from companies or individuals. Phishing messages often contain links or attached files that the sender tries to get you to open. If you click on a fake link and enter your username and password, they become visible to the cybercriminals. Information that can be used to access a system such as HR, CRM, or financial systems. In courses, you learn about the different forms of phishing and ransomware, and what you should be aware of in these cases.

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