Our security assessment is a one-off check of how well your company is protected against cyber attacks and where there is the greatest potential for closing security gaps.
To be optimally protected against cyber attacks, your employees should form a human firewall. To achieve this, IT security must be a central topic in your company. We work together and constantly towards this goal with consultations, assessments and campaigns.
Our mission - your IT security
Safety check à la linkyard
A central and secure word where passwords are generated and stored.
Equip laptops with the tools they need to work securely from anywhere.
Live Security Virtual Coach
The coach will guide you through different areas.
We equip you to meet even the highest compliance requirements.
What does our IT security subscription look like in practice?
If you decide to train your employees to become human firewalls, we will provide you with comprehensive dashboards and analyses so that you are always informed about the risks of a successful cyber attack and how well your employees are able to recognize any phishing attacks.
Helping people to help themselves
Why subscribe to IT security?
In practice, it has been shown that employees' awareness of IT security is strengthened after appropriate training. This is reflected in a lower susceptibility to phishing emails. But after some time, awareness decreases again and employees become more susceptible to cyber attacks again. We want to counteract this development with our "Human Firewall" offering. The goal is to make your employees aware of security problems and the dangers of cyber attacks through regular measures, so that they can form the first line of defense against hackers and cybercriminals in the long term or become a human firewall. Especially for SMEs, municipalities, associations and foundations, it is important that contributors are sensitized to IT security-related risks.Contact us
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What is phishing?
Phishing attacks pose a serious threat to the IT security of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as municipalities, associations and foundations. These fraudulent attempts to steal sensitive information such as passwords, credit card details, and personal identification credentials have become extremely sophisticated and aim to infiltrate even well-protected systems.
Phishing is a method by which fraudsters pretend to be legitimate organizations in order to scam information. This is often done via fake emails, websites or even social media. Recipients are tricked into clicking on fake links or giving out personal information without realizing that they are victims of a scam.
Why are SMEs, municipalities, associations and foundations particularly at risk?
The forms of organisation mentioned are often less well protected than large companies or institutions. They may not have the resources for sophisticated security measures or training for employees. Phishers exploit these vulnerabilities to penetrate their systems.
Phishing campaigns are simulated phishing carried out by linkyard to train employees and sensitize them to the dangers of phishing attacks. In these simulated attacks, employees are sent fake emails or messages that resemble real phishing attacks. The aim is to see how employees react to these fake attacks and then provide them with feedback and training to improve their behavior.