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IT-Seal helps Companies to train their Employees in Cyber Security Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

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Find the original interview here: https://www.startuprad.io/blog/it-seal-helps-companies-to-train-their-employees-in-cyber-security/

In this interview, we continue our interview series from Aufschwung-Messe in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange building. In this 3rd interview we are talking to David Kelm (https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-kelm-it-seal/), CEO of IT-Seal (Social Engineering Analytics Laboratory https://it-seal.de/), which is a cybersecurity company helping corporates to train their employees in IT security, especially phishing emails. David started out with the company with his master thesis, for which he just wanted to generate quantitative data on social engineering.
“We do our research on the dark side”
“To be a bad guy, you need to be creative”
“Websites like Glassdoor and kununu are really interesting for attackers”
“… on your LinkedIn profile, you should not make your contacts publicly available”
“At the beginning of the training, the management level klicks the most [on phishing links]”
“we are looking for Venture Capital Investors – We are in the middle between Seed and Series A”
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Find all the Instagram postings from Joe here on our Instagram account:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BuWQaJAnRHx/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BuWQzeRH8En/
During the interview we talk about:
BSI – The German “Federal Office for Information Security” https://www.bsi.bund.de/EN/Home/home_node.htmlWorkers Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workers%27_council 
This interview is part of a series of interviews done at the Aufschwung Messe in Frankfurt, one of the large startup and entrepreneur fairs in Germany, with the backing of multiple sponsors and public institutions. You can learn more about the fair here (German only): https://www.aufschwung-messe.de/ and don’t forget the founder of the fair, Burkhard. Burkhard runs one of Germany’s most frequented and renown business blogs, where he introduces his readers to one new business model a day in German, adding up to more than 7.750 in 5.00 days (almost 14 years). Learn more here https://www.best-practice-business.de/









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Find the original interview here: https://www.startuprad.io/blog/it-seal-helps-companies-to-train-their-employees-in-cyber-security/

In this interview, we continue our interview series from Aufschwung-Messe in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange building. In this 3rd interview we are talking to David Kelm (https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-kelm-it-seal/), CEO of IT-Seal (Social Engineering Analytics Laboratory https://it-seal.de/), which is a cybersecurity company helping corporates to train their employees in IT security, especially phishing emails. David started out with the company with his master thesis, for which he just wanted to generate quantitative data on social engineering.
“We do our research on the dark side”
“To be a bad guy, you need to be creative”
“Websites like Glassdoor and kununu are really interesting for attackers”
“… on your LinkedIn profile, you should not make your contacts publicly available”
“At the beginning of the training, the management level klicks the most [on phishing links]”
“we are looking for Venture Capital Investors – We are in the middle between Seed and Series A”
Affiliated Links
 GlobalUSAEuropeGermanyCo-WorkingWeWorkWeWorkWeWorkWeWorkMarketing / SEO / Graphics / Sounds and moreFiverrFiverrFiverrFiverrEmail service?G-SuiteG-SuiteG-SuiteG-Suite     Books we likeIntroduction to Venture Capital  Introduction to Venture CapitalIntroduction to Venture CapitalIntroduction to Venture Capital LEAN: Ultimate Collection - Lean Startup, Lean Analytics, Lean Enterprise, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Agile Project Management, Kanban, ScrumLEAN: Ultimate Collection - Lean Startup, Lean Analytics, Lean Enterprise, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Agile Project Management, Kanban, ScrumLEAN: Ultimate Collection - Lean Startup, Lean Analytics, Lean Enterprise, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Agile Project Management, Kanban, ScrumLEAN: Ultimate Collection - Lean Startup, Lean Analytics, Lean Enterprise, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Agile Project Management, Kanban, Scrum How To Launch a Startup: An easy to understand 9-step guide to make your startup idea a real businessHow To Launch a Startup: An easy to understand 9-step guide to make your startup idea a real businessHow To Launch a Startup: An easy to understand 9-step guide to make your startup idea a real businessHow To Launch a Startup: An easy to understand 9-step guide to make your startup idea a real business Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FutureZero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FutureZero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FutureZero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FutureLearn more about our Affiliated Marketing here: https://www.startuprad.io/blog/affiliate-marketing-at-startuprad-io/
 
Find all the Instagram postings from Joe here on our Instagram account:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BuWQaJAnRHx/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BuWQzeRH8En/
During the interview we talk about:
BSI – The German “Federal Office for Information Security” https://www.bsi.bund.de/EN/Home/home_node.htmlWorkers Council https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workers%27_council 
This interview is part of a series of interviews done at the Aufschwung Messe in Frankfurt, one of the large startup and entrepreneur fairs in Germany, with the backing of multiple sponsors and public institutions. You can learn more about the fair here (German only): https://www.aufschwung-messe.de/ and don’t forget the founder of the fair, Burkhard. Burkhard runs one of Germany’s most frequented and renown business blogs, where he introduces his readers to one new business model a day in German, adding up to more than 7.750 in 5.00 days (almost 14 years). Learn more here https://www.best-practice-business.de/









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