Most attacks are related to faulty human behavior – awareness measures directly help here

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Just another info campaign or additional rules will not solve the problem; rather, I am convinced that good safety is built on the psychological safety to eliminate dilemmas and a willingness to learn in the face of challenges and incidents.

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Human error is the key for most attackers. Trained personnel are aware of this and can counteract it

“Regular sensitization of employees through training, evaluation of effectiveness through phishing tests, and provision of practical aids (e.g., password manager)

People are the weakest link in the security chain. Most attackers enter the company primarily through phishing, but also through targeted manipulation and blackmailing.

It therefore makes sense to start right here with targeted awareness measures such as special training. A lot has happened in the area of training in recent years: he courses are easy to follow, fun, and the platforms are not particularly expensive, even compared to other security products, thanks to the wide range of offerings.”