The Centre for Cyber Security Belgium and the Cyber Security Coalition are joining forces again for an annual cyber security awareness campaign on how to protect mobile devices.
The Cyber Security Coalition is launching the campaign Cyber Security Personality of the Year 2022, an 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.
Women in cybersecurity are essential, and their lower ratio in the workforce cannot be ignored. It is important to have role models and see women succeeding in cybersecurity. We are fortunate to have many women in our community who support our #BreakTheBias campaign on the occasion of International Women's Day #IWD2022.
A fourth edition of the ‘Cyber Security Awareness & Culture Manager’ training programme will be organised in the spring of 2022. Register now!
“Cybersecurity is our right to privacy and our democracy”: an inspiring message of our Prime Minister Alexander De Croo
Last Thursday, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo addressed the Belgian cybersecurity community virtually at a ceremony organized by the Cyber Security Coalition to honour Belgium’s first Cyber Security Personality of the Year. The honour was for Mrs. Rosanna Kurrer, Co-founder, and Managing Director of CyberWayFinder.
The Cyber Security Coalition is pleased to announce that Rosanna T.C. Kurrer is the first Cyber Security Personality of the Year.
Pour la sixième fois déjà, le Centre pour la Cybersécurité Belgique et la Cyber Security Coalition lancent une campagne de sensibilisation à la cybersécurité. Notre attention se concentre sur la lutte contre le phishing. Nous souhaitons encourager l'internaute à être plus intelligent que les cyberpirates.
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.