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Time for a proactive stance on protecting SMEs

Preventing and defending against cyberattacks

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Online cyberattacks are not just a threat for large corporations. SMEs are also at high risk because they often lack the staff and infrastructure needed to protect systems and data. The ITsec4KMU association helps SMEs to prevent cyberattacks.

Damages in the millions

Cyber-risks are omnipresent and highly dynamic. A cyberattack can bring a business to a standstill and result in enormous costs. Hacks, cyber extortion and the intentional or unintentional installation of malicious software by employees cost companies millions in damages every year. As well as the cost of stolen money and damaged IT systems, immaterial damage such as loss of trust by customers and partners and reputational damage can also occur.

Point of contact for SMEs

On our information platform, you will find useful tips for future reference related to cybersecurity and IT security. You can prepare your SME for cyberattacks as best as possible with training documents, webinars and checklists. Events and a network of experts will assist you if you have any questions about prevention and in emergencies.

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Knowledge is security

News from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) will keep you up to date on current topics related to cybercrime and IT security.

NCSC 2022.11.03

NCSC semi-annual report with focus on cyberspace and armed conflicts

The latest semi-annual report of the National Cybersecurity Centre NCSC deals with the most important cyberincidents of the first half of 2022 both in Switzerland and internationally. The focus topic concerns cyberspace and armed conflicts.

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NCSC 2022.11.03

Federal Cybersecurity Delegate represented Switzerland at International Counter Ransomware ...

On 31 October and 1 November 2022, the White House brought together 36 countries and the EU for the Second International Counter Ransomware Initiative Summit in Washington. Florian Schütz, the Federal Cybersecurity Delegate, put forward Switzerland's posit...

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NCSC 2022.10.27

New Stories from everyday digital life

In their adventures, the fictional Webster family encourages the population to act with caution in the networked world. On 27 October 2022, twelve new stories have been published in comic form. The "Stories from everyday digital life" are available free of...

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NCSC 2022.10.18

Bug bounty programme carried out for the Confederation's eIAM central access system

The Federal Administration carried out a bug bounty programme for eIAM, the Confederation’s central access system, from 30 August to 11 October. System security was further strengthened through a review by ethical hackers.

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NCSC 2022.10.14

ITU reinforces international Geneva and aims to close the digital divide

The Swiss delegation's impression of the most important conference of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), which ended on 14 October 2022 in Bucharest, was a positive one: Geneva's position as a key location for international governance in the ...

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NCSC 2022.10.12

President of the Confederation opens 2nd GESDA Summit

The President of the Confederation Ignazio Cassis today opened the second Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA) Summit in the presence of several hundred scientists, diplomats, policymakers and ministerial guests gathered in Geneva until 14 Octo...

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