Vulnerable or safe with AI?

"With the rapid evolution of technology and the increasing complexity of cyber threats, artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly crucial role in cybersecurity." That's how confidently AI describes itself when asked about the link between AI and cybersecurity - and of course it's true - AI provides a wealth of opportunities to strengthen cybersecurity. But AI is not all good, it also makes us more vulnerable.

The road to an attractive employer brand

Employees are the greatest asset of your business. But how do you create an environment where everyone can flourish?

AI: the best thing for business since coffee

Like a lot of agencies, we wonder what the future of communication will look like when we harness the power of AI. To this end, we had a short dialog with ChatGPT to see how it could structure and then refine a text.

Together for a leading position

Respecting and proactively addressing human rights in business is not only a requirement, but also crucial for companies to uphold their social responsibility, mitigate risks and strengthen their brand reputation.


After nearly 20 years of talks, a historic treaty was signed during the first weekend in March to protect 30% of the seas outside national boundaries.

Coping with an uncertain world

We are living in an age of uncertainty - and the current global landscape suggests that the 2020s will be turbulent.

The cyber threat - a real threat

We read about it almost every day - cyber attacks, hacker attacks, denial of service attacks. The statistics speak for themselves. Globally, the number of attacks increased by 38% in 2022 compared to the previous year. That's an average of 1168 attacks per week per organisation.

We are now strengthening our expertise with two new employees!

Involve is growing and we are delighted to welcome two new colleagues to our team this autumn - web developer Karoline Mann and project manager Alice Edholm.

Digital learning - the key to faster change

Research shows that the impact of digital learning is significantly higher than traditional "classroom learning" - without the time and space constraints of physical learning, everyone is reached directly and more effectively.

How we learn - small portions over time

Increase the impact of learning up to seven times! That's the meaning of The Science of Spacing - simply by splitting learning over time and into smaller chunks.

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