Security News to the point!

Deliver the latest cyber security topics to where your employees read them: their smartphones!

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Security news that are read

Regular newsletters have in companies average click-through rates of 1-3%. Just check how many newsletters you have subscribed to because you are interested in the topic and how many you actually read in your daily work. The SecurityINFO app brings security news and videos to where they are read and consumed: to the users' cell phones. On the train home, at the airport gate, in the waiting room at the doctor's office. These are the times when we would like to have some interesting variety and read security news.

How the SecurityINFO app works

The app is available for everyone to download free of charge from the App Stores (Apple, Google), regardless of whether it is a company phone or a private device. The editors of the IS-FOX team regularly create news that are sent to all users of the app.

If you subscribe to "IS-FOX Security Awareness Content" for your company, your employees can register in the app with their business email address and receive enhanced content tailored for your company:

  • Additional messages from IS-FOX team (approx. double frequency)
  • Your own messages created by you or an editor of your company.

Through the SecurityINFO web portal, you can create your own articles that only your company's users will receive. You can also enable an approval workflow to review IS-FOX articles and modify them if necessary before pushing them to your users.

Visualized illustration of how the app works
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Screenshot from the app showing the home screen
Screenshot aus der App, der einen Artikel zeigt
Screenshot from the app showing a video article
Screenshot from the app showing more featured articles