IT security awareness campaign
IT-criminals are sneaky and clever, and there are a lot of them.
They aim for employees in order to gain access to our IT-systems.
Therefore, it is necessary to provide employees with good advice and tools, so they can see through the hackers’ and IT-criminals’ tricks. This is what the campaign 'Humour against hacking' is all about – with cartoons about IT security from Kelsa Media.
“Effective and efficient training”
MUNICIPALITY: “The campaign around the movies totally blows the frame of all our previous awareness campaigns when we compare the hit rate readings on our Intranet. The news about Kelsa Media cartoons got twice as many readings as compared to previous video campaigns, and almost three times as many compared to our regular awareness news messages.”
MINISTRY: “The messages hit bull’s eye – spot on. The heavy messages are conveyed easily and efficiently. The movies are fun, sharp, humorous. Especially suitable to create awareness for employees in public organisations.”
Informative training cartoons with humour
A series of short and informative cartoons you can use to training your
employees and raise IT security awareness within your organisation.
Awareness about IT security - spot on!
Why employee security awareness is crucial
Employees are important for IT security
IT security awareness minimises risk of attack
The goal is to minimise the number of attacks, fraud, data theft and other methods cyber criminals use to compromise our security
IT scams are BIG business – don't be the next victim
Employees generally have very little IT security knowledge
‘Humour against hacking’ is a creative and humorous campaign about IT security.
Why humorous? Shouldn’t this topic be taken very seriously?
This is exactly what we do. Because unless employees learn to keep the hackers out, organisations will remain vulnerable to hackers and criminals, no matter how much the organisation’s IT department invests in firewalls and advanced security software.
We make the learning process fun and engaging for the employee, so that they enjoy the ride and are happy to learn more. In this way, they do not only learn, they also remember. The organisation gets united around a common goal.
This is the secret why ‘Humour against hacking’ has become so popular. It is an easy, committed and effective awareness campaign to all types and sizes of organisations and companies.