Cybersecurity Training

You probably know the most common cybersecurity advice: use strong password, don't click on phishing links and do your updates. But why is this common advice? For that, you need to know how hackers work in practice. Based on our previous work for the Dutch government in the investigation of cybercrime we have a good view on their methods. During this cybersecurity training, developed by Bas Doorn, we will show you how hackers work with practical examples.

How do you improve your cybersecurity?

In this training, we'll show you how hacker operate. Often, this is not as complicated as it seems. We'll go in to the follow aspects:

  • Why do we need strong passwords?
  • How does phishing work?
  • Why is it important to update?

In each part, we'll show you the risks and explain what you can do to defend yourself.

For everyone

This is training is accessible and requires no prior knowledge. Our goal is to make you more secure online. This can only happen if you take action. But it may be difficult to find to motivation to do so if it's not clear why that's important. That is why we developed this training. After completing this training, you'll know which actions you should take to make yourself more secure online and you'll understand why that's a good idea.

Details

The program lasts 2 hours and the number of participants can vary from 5 to a maximum of 25. In these Corona times, the training is given online. Each participant will receive a link to join the training. The costs are €30,- per participant. After completion of the training, each will receive a personal certificate of participation.

The Chiff Cybersecurity Training is given on Thursday afternoon from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Upcoming dates:

  • 10 December
  • 7 January
  • 21 January

You can sign up by filling in the contact form on this page. Do you have questions about the Chiff Cybersecurity Training? Please send us a message, we’re happy to assist you!

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