Entries by Palo Stacho

LUCY at PITS 2017: “The best action against social engineering is own social engineering!”

Have you ever prepared and launched a phishing attack in 15 minutes? Vaccine your staff with realistic phishing simulations and active training against malware and ransomware! We show this at PITS 2017, organized by the mighty german “Behördenspiegel”. On September 13th, 2017, we will show live at PITS – the Public IT Security Fair 2017 […]

Bring IT Services is a new LUCY Partner in Turkey!

Turkey is heavily under attack by cyber criminals and an important market for LUCY.  That’s why we are delighted to announce a new partnership with Bring IT-Services.  BRING IT Services‘ aim is bridging the Ingenuity Gap between Customers and Perfect IT Solutions. BRING IT Services offers solutions to Enterprises to overcome the challenges they have […]

Lynx Technology Partners (USA) is a Certified LUCY Ecosystem Partner now!

The United States is the most advanced in cyber prevention and accounts for approximately 25% of LUCY sales. The US market represents the most important area for us as a Swiss cyber awareness product manufacturer. Having Lynx as such a renowned partner means for us a big step forward in the USA. Our founder Oliver […]

LUCY Security is growing and innovating: Certified partner in the US now deliver new anti-ransomware scenarios with LUCY V3.6

With approximately 25% of sales, the US market represents the most important market area for the Swiss product manufacturer The IT risk, compliance and cybersecurity company, Lynx Technology Partners, (LYNX) strengthens its existing presence in the US market. The partner brings the cyber prevention product, LUCY Server, a strong presence on the east coast which […]

LUCY Customers get great new Security Awareness Videos for free – Content Update 07/2017

Great new Security Awareness videos for you! Anyone can use the videos, owners of a commercial LUCY license can use them in training campaigns in an unlimited way. The content was tested and improved by pilot customers. We can only recommend the videos! Don’t only run Mock Phish Campaigns with LUCY, but also educate your staff […]

Simulated Cyber Attacks [Infographic] – 2/3 of Customers willing to Testify and more than 8 out 10 are Recommending LUCY!

In Spring 2017 customers of LUCY Security were asked to reply to a survey. We have summarized the results of the detailed report (here) in an infographic.   The LUCY Customer Survey 2017 got a response rate of 28.4% More than 8 out of 10 customers would recommend LUCY to a third party 2/3 of […]

The Americans love LUCY Security! – Multiple Awards for the Best IT Security Software 2017.

Gold, Gold, Silver and Bronze at the IT World Awards 2017! LUCY Security was able to pick up 4 medals at the competition of the American “Network Product Guide“. We can confidently claim that we currently offer the world’s best IT security software. The big competition is held annually and is very popular. Hundreds of companies […]

Have you ever been phished using a game?

When it comes to playing, many people are often unreasonable. A new LUCY Mock Phishing Attack Scenario is trying to take advantage of this fact. In the “Flupy” game, employees can try to win movie tickets. Unfortunately they are becoming the ‘victim’ of a phishing simulation. This is once a little different IT security awareness […]

Alive and Kicking: LUCY V 3.6 is out!

The new release of LUCY Server V 3.6 has some functional improvements. In particular, changes were made under the hood. We fixed security-critical bugs and the Microsoft Windows 32/64 bit installation packages were separated for the Phishing Incident Plug-in. We strongly recommend to download the newest version of LUCY! Notable changes and new features in LUCY […]

Protection against petya or #notpetya cyber attack

Zurich (June 28, 2017) Lucy Security is launching a new version of Lucy Server on July 1, which contains #notpeya simulations in the standard product. Lucy Security wants to contribute to the effective containment of malware with this action. The worldwide #notpetya attack of June 27, 2017 has probably originated in an infected software update. But […]