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Security awareness

Security awareness

Find out about the security risks facing your company and how you can contribute to security.

Acces badge

Your personal staff badge is strictly personal

Your access badge identifies you and authorises access to certain areas of the site in accordance with your position. It therefore has your name on it and may under no circumstances be lent to a third party. 

Visible badge

Badge in sight, day and night

Your access badge identifies you and authorises access to certain areas of the building. It is therefore essential to wear it visibly.

Access control

Locked doors, secured floors

When coming to or leaving your workplace, check that the doors are securely closed to prevent unauthorised entry. 

Key management

Badge security, your priority

Badges should be worn visibly when inside the company premises, and should be stored securely when leaving the premises.

Unusual fact

See it, Say it, Sorted

A malicious act is an act committed deliberately by a person inside or outside the company, with the aim of causing damage. Report any suspicious activity immediately, either to your line manager or a person you trust within your company. 

Secure data

PC locked, data secured

A workstation left open can be a gateway to sensitive data for a person with malicious intent. Always lock your computer when you are away, even if it is only for a few minutes. 

Public wifi

Using public Wi-Fi is not risk-free!

Data theft is the most common risk associated with the use of public Wi-Fi. Avoid using public Wi-Fi networks for sensitive or professional transactions.

Phishing quishing

Think before you click

Phishing is a widespread fraud technique. Financial losses, theft of sensitive data, impact on the company’s image and reputation can all be the consequences of a “bad” click. If you have any doubts about an email or SMS, get in touch with your IT department.

Social media

Care before you share

When sharing content on social networks, always act with integrity and take your company’s guidelines into account; information leaks - often unintentional - are frequent.


Protect your personal data, protect your privacy

Personal Data is protected in Europe by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The violation or misuse of personal data might affect your security.