Webinar

Practical cybersecurity tips

Recognise dangers, avoid damage

Would you like to learn more about what secure passwords are and how to protect yourself from scams and malware attacks? If so, we recommend our informative webinars. Why not register right now?

Participation is free of charge.

Note: All webinars will be recorded. If you cannot attend, we will email you the link to the videos a few weeks later. The videos will be subtitled in English, French, German and Italian.

Register now and get savvy

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How is a password cracked?

Make it difficult for criminals to access your data. In this webinar, we will show you why strong passwords are so important and the key points to consider.

Topic: Strong passwords
Experts: Oliver Hirschi, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Lecturer, Head of “eBanking – but secure!”
Host: Katja Dörlemann, Security Awareness Specialist, SWITCH
Date and time: 18 May 2021, 4pm to 5pm
Language: German (recordings will subsequently be subtitled in DE, EN, FR and IT)

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Voice phishing – a case study

How do prosecution authorities deal with the challenges of fighting cybercrime? We demonstrate with a practical example.

Topic: Voice phishing
Expert: Sandra Schweingruber, Federal Attorney, Cybercrime Specialist, Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland
Host: Dominique Trachsel, Head of Awareness-Raising and Prevention, NCSC
Date and time: 21 May 2021, 3.30pm to 4.30pm
Language: German (recordings will subsequently be subtitled in DE, EN, FR and IT)

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How does malware work?

Malware is insidious. It infects computers and often carries out unwanted and harmful actions unnoticed. Find out what you can do if your computer is infected.

Topic: Malware
Expert: Florian Schütz, Federal Cybersecurity Delegate
Host: Sophie Nägeli, Cybersecurity Project Manager, NCSC
Date and time: 25 May 2021, 3pm to 4pm
Language: French (recordings will subsequently be subtitled in DE, EN, FR and IT)

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How does malware work?

Malware is insidious. It infects computers and often carries out unwanted and harmful actions unnoticed. Find out what you can do if your computer is infected.

Topic: Malware
Expert: Sophie Nägeli, Cybersecurity Project Manager, NCSC
Host: Mauro Vignati, Head of Vulnerability Management, NCSC
Date and time: 27 May 2021, 3.30pm to 16.30pm
Language: Italian (recordings will subsequently be subtitled in DE, EN, FR and IT)

Further information and contact points

Contact Points

Swiss Crime Prevention and the cantonal and municipal police forces (www.skppsc.ch)

«eBanking – but secure!» (EBAS) (www.ebas.ch)

National Cybersecurity Centre NCSC (www.ncsc.admin.ch)

iBarry – the internet security platform (www.ibarry.ch)

Cybercrimepolice (www.cybercrimepolice.ch)