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"Aerodynamics are for people who can't build engines."


For cybersecurity awareness programs to be effective, they must be designed with people, their needs and behaviors in mind, not just treating them as employees. Education and regular training should be tailored to a variety of knowledge and skill levels, and offer practical advice on how to use digital technologies safely at work and beyond. By building a security culture that promotes openness to learning and understanding digital threats, companies can increase their resilience to attacks and employees feel more engaged and responsible for shared cybersecurity.


In 2022, over 25,000 vulnerabilities were detected in IT systems, and this number increased to almost 30,000 in 2023, highlighting the growing challenge in the field of cybersecurity. In this context, zero-day vulnerabilities, i.e. those for which no patches have yet been developed or are not widely known to the public, pose a particularly serious threat. Attacks that exploit these vulnerabilities can have devastating consequences because they give cybercriminals the opportunity to exploit software vulnerabilities before manufacturers or users detect and fix them. Vulnerability management is therefore not only about being a step ahead in detecting potential vulnerabilities, but also about safeguarding against the unknown.


Microsoft 365 services have become an integral part of the daily work of millions of users around the world, with over 115 million active users already in 2020. This comprehensive platform not only provides communication and collaboration tools, but also incorporates advanced cybersecurity features into its structure. Built-in data protection mechanisms, such as encryption, identity and access management, and threat protection, are essential elements to ensure the basic security of information processed and stored in the cloud.

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