Victorinox is a global family-run company with its headquarters based in Ibach, canton of Schwyz, at the heart of Switzerland. The company is well known for its legendary “Original Swiss Army Knife,” but also makes high-quality household and professional knives, watches, travel gear and fragrances. The products are available in the company’s flagship stores and via a comprehensive network of subsidiaries and distributors in more than 120 countries.
Founded in 1935, Alfred Kärcher SE & Co. KG is the world's leading provider of cleaning technology. The family-owned enterprise employs more than 14,400 people in 80 countries and more than 127 subsidiaries. More than 50,000 service centers in all countries ensure continuous and comprehensive supplies to customers all over the world. The company’s solutions serve customers‘ cleaning needs in an economical and environmentally-friendly manner.
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“Employees need to see it, read it, play with it, hear it, and do it daily. This won’t require a huge time commitment by them, but it will require that we have some of their time, short little bites of time on a regular basis. To get them to commit to that time, cybersecurity must be fun, rewarding, and meaningful. It must connect to what’s important to them and how they are evaluated on their performance. It must overcome elements of how the brain works so that we get a more secure, more trusted, and more committed trust culture. We must both acknowledge and encourage the desired behaviors.” --Lisa Kubicki, Director, Trust & Security Training & Awareness at DocuSign
Eckes-Granini, Europe's largest juice production company, reduced their risk of data breaches by raising their phishing email reporting rates and lowering malicious link clicks with Hoxhunt cybersecurity awareness training, which CISO Fritz Worsch selected for its dynamic and adaptive training content, continuous training cadence, and world-class managed service component.
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