Phishing & Ransomware Awareness


Phishing has been used for many years by hackers. However, this phishing technique has been perfected over time, both in terms of the form of these false e-mails and the scenarios that are increasingly elaborate.
Today, phishing is also the first vector of contamination of a new cyber threat in full expansion: ransomware.
These malwares that demand a ransom in exchange for your data contaminate thousands of computers every day.
Faced with these threats and more broadly to counter the so-called “social engineering” techniques used by malicious people, it has become essential to raise awareness among employees to limit the exposure of your organization to new cyber risks.

This e-learning module “Phishing & Ransomware awareness” allows you to acquire in less than 30 minutes the right reflexes to protect yourself.


  • Identify the different forms of phishing and social engineering attacks
  • Recognize and manage suspicious e-mails
  • Apply good practices and prevention measures on a daily basis
  • Understand the challenges of hackers and the consequences of malware
  • Implement the right reflexes in case of contamination
  • Understand how Ransomware works
  • Protect yourself from a Ransomware attack

Target audience

Any person within an organization (company, association, interest group…) connected to the network and receiving e-mails.


The training is designed to be accessible to all, without any prior knowledge in the technical field.


One 30 minutes module.

Training material

  • Videos: trainer + animations, diagrams, key points in motion design
  • Practical Phishing cases
  • Tests to validate your knowledge
  • Additional documents and useful links


  • Phishing and social engineering: definitions.
  • Motivations of cybercriminals.
  • What happens when you click on a phishing link? An infected attachment?
  • Signs of a contamination. Spyware and other Keyloggers.
  • Consequences for individuals and organizations.
  • The levers used by hackers. The different forms of phishing.
  • Good practices and vigilance.
  • How to identify and deal with suspicious e-mails?
  • What to do if you think you have been hit?
  • Examples of phishing.
  • Ransomware or Ransomware.
  • Focus on WannaCry and Not Petya.
  • How to protect yourself from a Ransomware attack?
  • Other social engineering threats: President / technical support scam, SCAM, malvertising…
  • In summary, good practices.

GDPR Awareness

The European Union has formalized in 2016 a new regulation on the protection of personal data, which is applicable from May 25, 2018. This regulation introduces new rights for European citizens in terms of protection of privacy and therefore new obligations for organizations and companies. It involves a profound change in practices related to the collection, storage and use of personal data.

According to a recent OpinionWay study, 64% of employees feel that they are insufficiently aware of the challenges of the GDPR, whereas they are essential links to compliance with the new European regulation. Brought to collect and manipulate personal data, they guarantee transparency and confidentiality.

An organization may very well have implemented technical devices and organizational processes to comply, however if employees do not implement it it exposes itself to the risks inherent in a data leak: Sustainable impact on the image of brand and the trust of its customers, loss of turnover and possible administrative penalties (fines), civil or criminal.
Although no one is supposed to ignore the law, it is obvious that it is much easier to comply with a regulation if we know it and especially if we understand the issues. Sometimes seen as constraining the GDPR can also prove to be an opportunity for an organization offering long-term benefits.

This module “GDPR Awareness” in e-learning, allows you to enter in less than 30 minutes, the key issues of regulation and its impact on a daily basis.


• Master the key principles of the new regulations • Discover the new rights of the people and the obligations for the companies
• Know the sanctions but also the contributions of the European regulation
• Understand the role of the DPO
• Ask yourself the right questions when creating a data processing
• Adopt daily good habits to protect personal data and be transparent during collection.

Who is concerned ?

Any person within an organization (company, association, interest group, etc.) who collects, conserves, manipulates and uses personal data.


The training is built to be accessible to all, without prior knowledge in the legal or IT field.


A module of 30 minutes.

Training material

Videos trainer + motion design: animations, diagrams, key points … + validation tests, related documents and useful links.

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    Sapin 2 Law, Anti-corruption awareness


    The law of December 9, 2016 on transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernization of economic life, known as “Loi Sapin II”, aims to strengthen French legislation in this area. It came into effect on June 1, 2017 and has had its prerogatives extended since January 1, 2018.

    This text was drafted in particular to bring the law to the same level as the international legislation (FCP American and the British Bribery Act). The scope applies to companies with more than 500 employees with at least 100 million euros of turnover and subsidiaries whose parent company meets these criteria.

    The law specifically targets company managers and sales managers, including presidents, general managers, managers and members of the executive board for the private law company. The law is articulated around eight fundamental pillars that provide a framework for companies and those wishing to comply.One of the pillars covers the obligation of training employees.

    This module “Awareness Law Sapin 2 Anti-corruption” in e-learning, allows you to meet this obligation. In less than 30 minutes, it addresses the key principles of regulation, concrete cases and good habits to adopt.