European Cyber Security Month
The European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is an action of the EU member states under the auspices of ENISA and has been held annually in autumn since 2012 to promote cyber security awareness. Further information: https://cybersecuritymonth.eu.
In the context of ECSM, KIT informs with a variety of offers and materials on the topic of information security. This year, the focus is on IT security (new: information security) in general and the detection of fraudulent messages as well as the secure handling of them. The materials are provided by the research group "Security, Usability, Society" (SECUSO), the Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC) and the Information Security Officer (ISB).
In addition to the NoPhish videos, we have provided you with videos on current topics relating to IT security (new: information security), which briefly explain terms or contexts in 2 to 3 minutes. Just have a look!More
If you have watched our explainer videos or reviewed our printed awareness materials, questions may have arisen.
However, in addition to emailing you questions about ECSM, we would also like to offer a live session to answer any questions you may have.
When? On 12/15/2020 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where? In Microsoft TeamsMore
In addition to the various technical precautions, it is important that we protect the IT infrastructure of the KIT. How is explained in this leaflet.More
Fraudulent messages that give you a legitimate reason to send a message to you are very dangerous. You will receive information in a leaflet and clear explanations in two short videos.More
Phishing is a criminal method by which fraudsters try to harm you in different ways. With the NoPhish online training, you learn how to protect yourself.More
If you have been a victim of cybercrime, e.g. through a fraudulent email, please report this immediately. You can find out here how concrete and what kind of incidents have occurred.More
They help when you move fraudulent messages and spam to the Spam_KIT folder. You can find out how this works here.More