The Cyber Security Coalition is launching the campaign Cyber Security Personality of the Year Award, a new award that recognizes and celebrates the achievements and efforts of Belgium-based cyber security experts and enthusiasts working to improve the country's cyber resilience.
Agoria/Sirris & HOWEST/UGent present the findings of a first study on cybersecurity in the Belgian manufacturing industry. Based on the survey findings ten recommendations were made to help companies on their digitalization journey in a cyber-safe way.
The fight against fraud and scams remains a top priority for the banking sector. In a new brochure Febelfin explains how exactly the banking sector fights phishing, and why a large 'fishing net' is needed.
'Cybersafe from Belgium' can become a quality brand for the technology sector. 'Cybersecurity is an opportunity that our companies can seize right now', say Yves Schellekens (Agoria) and Patrick Coomans (Sirris/Agoria).
Cyber criminals are meticulously recreating the login pages of popular platforms in order to steal users' login details and then use them for criminal purposes.
In his New Year's address Chairman Jan De Blauwe reviews the achievements of 2020 and presents his vision for a growing Coalition that emerges stronger from the Corona pandemic.
New and updated tools to bolster your company/organization’s cyber security resilience. Try the new Kahoot! on Safe Homeworking.
The CCB and the Cyber Security Coalition are launching their 6th National Cyber Security Awareness Campaign focused on two-factor authentication.
By offering a platform to share experiences, we want to help our community members support each other as we collectively face the Covid-19 pandemic challenges.
With the "GDPR - Data clean-up" campaign, the Cyber Security Coalition would like to encourage everyone to perform an efficient data clean-up, pursuant to the GDPR.
With their latest phishing campaign, Febelfin wants to raise awareness of never sharing personal bank codes via a link.