With the help of this awareness training by TÜV AUSTRIA Academy, employees know how social engineering works and how to increase cyber security.

By using this e-learning training, organisations can increase their level of cyber security! Social Engineering is a manipulation technique that exploits human error to gain private information, access or valuables: One wrong click by one single user is all it takes for hackers to get access to sensitive corporate data. Attackers misuse typical human characteristics such as fear, cooperativeness or curiosity by manipulating humans in such a way that they avoid security measures and disclose key data. Even worse: Often companies react to attacks after being noticed by alerted employees.

When it comes down to increase people`s awareness for social engineering risks, security check trainings like this TÜV AUSTRIA e-learning program provide the best support! Read here why to go for E-Learning. 


  • What is Social Engineering?
  • Phishing, Spear Phishing, CEO Fraud & Co
  • Protective measures and correct behaviour in critical situations
  • Digitaler Häferlgucker - have a look at the e-learning program 

Choose the package you need!
If you have your own learning management system, then use the self service packages. Or would you rather have all-round support and use our learning management system? Then the service packages are the right choice. 

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Online course or E-Learning-ProgrammCourse for re-certification

Training units: 1

Licence fee: E-learning service package from € 33.00 to € 13.20 plus 20% VAT for a licence. E-learning self service package from € 2,660.00 plus 20% VAT for SCORM file.

Requirements: Current webbrowser required.

Certification: The training program is completed if you pass the final online quiz. 5 questions are drawn from a pool with 80 % to be answered correctly in order to receive the certificate of participation issued by TÜV AUSTRIA AKADEMIE GMBH.

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