Given the high increase in fraudulent messages concerning the corona virus, we are repeating the national awareness-raising campaign on Phishing to re-sensitize the Belgian population.
The number of ransomware victims in Belgium is increasing. In recent weeks, companies, municipalities and schools have announced that they have been hit by ransomware, which has seriously disrupted their daily activities.
Article written in French and Dutch by Benoît Montens, Anti-fraud adviser - productivity at Assuralia, and published on October 3, 2019 in Assurinfo N ° 32.
Phishing remains a big problem not only for the individual Internet user, but also for organizations. Be vigilant and don't click on a link too fast!
Our next Experience Sharing Event aims to help the Coalition members that are considering buying cyber insurance, assess their cybersecurity risks and insurance needs.
The Cyber Security Coalition is a partner of Security Forum 2019 which will be held at Château Bayard on October 24th and will teach evolutions concerning the necessary actions and means to be implemtented in order to safeguard online security.
Every day, at least 3 to 4 Belgians are the victims of scammers pretending to be Microsoft or Apple technicians.
In 2018, thanks to the massive help of the Belgian population, the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (CCB) managed to block an average of 4 fraudulent websites per day. In total, 1478 fake websites were blocked.
Despite all warnings, the number of online banking fraud cases has further increased in 2018.
The Cyber Security Coalition provides SMEs, freelancers and other professionals with two powerful tools to enhance IT security.
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