Protect yourself against cybercrime

You can come to us for effective protection against cybercrime

In this modern digital world, individuals and companies naturally want to keep up. However, not all dangers and consequences of cybercrime are known to everyone. If you go unprepared, you or your company could become a victim of cybercrime.

We are always ready to help our customers with their digital activities. With a number of simple measures you can effectively protect yourself against cybercrime.

Protection against cybercrime measures: Read them carefully and always apply them.

The following preventive measures help you proactively protect against cybercrime:

Never click on links in emails you receive
If you think the email is legitimate, go to the website and sign up directly. Any notifications or service offerings mentioned in the email will be available through a normal website login, provided the email is valid.

Never open an attachment you have received
Retailers and other businesses usually do not send emails with attachments. If in doubt, contact the provider directly and ask if the email with the attachment was sent by them.

Do not provide any personal information
Do not give out personal information over the phone or by email unless you are sure the contact is safe. Social engineering is a process of tricking people into providing personal information to seemingly trusted individuals who turn out to be malicious.

If someone contacts you by phone claiming to be a retailer or collection agency, for example, do not provide any personal information. Ask for their name and number and contact the relevant party yourself. The fact that someone has some information about you does not mean that he or she actually belongs to that party. Better safe than sorry!

Set secure passwords and don't share them with anyone
Avoid using common words, phrases or personal information in your passwords and change them regularly. If a password is easy for you to remember, it is easy for a criminal to figure out.

Keep your operating system, browser, antivirus and other critical software up to date
Security updates and patches are often available for free from large companies.

Check the authenticity of requests of companies or individuals
Please contact them directly to verify the authenticity of their request. If you are asked by email to provide personal information, you can independently contact the company directly to verify the request. Again, just because someone has some information about you doesn't mean they actually belong to the company.

Victim of cybercrime?

If your company falls victim to cybercrime, this can have serious consequences. It can lead to financial damage, reputational damage and even the loss of customers and business partners. That is why it is important to be proactive and take preventive measures.

Our experts are always aware of the latest developments and technologies in the field of cyber security. We offer our customers the best solutions to ensure their digital security. Whether it's securing company data, training employees in cybersecurity, or creating a custom security plan, we're here to help.

Do you have need help for protection against cybercrime? Contact us today.