TreeSolution is a partner for companies that want to intelligently improve their information security. Based on scientific work, years of experience and real-life facts from your company, we develop measures that strengthen information security at the most important point: your employees.
As a Swiss company with employees from Europe, we offer our service to small, medium and large companies all over the world.
TreeSolution Consulting GmbH was founded as a spin-off of the international institute of management in technology (iimt) of the University of Freiburg in Europe.
During his research work there, Dr. Thomas Schlienger specialised in information security culture and awareness. Close interaction with the information security culture working group of the ISSS (Information Security Society Switzerland) and practical experience have always been at the forefront of his activities .
Our best references are our satisfied customers. Here is a selection from our reference list - and some quotes from customers that tell us that we are on the right track.
The TWISK® Security Awareness Radar® check-up survey provided us with insights that helped us better plan future investments and campaigns. The collaboration with TreeSolution gave us security-relevant input, which we were able to implement immediately.
TWISK® is a very useful research tool for evaluating and understanding the level of awareness in our organization. Communication with TreeSolution was very flexible and clear. Thank you for the excellent tool, well balanced questions, perfect ergonomic and user-friendly design and interface!
TWISK® Security Awareness Radar® has made a great contribution to increasing the efficiency of our training campaigns.
Organigrams are typical tools for mapping corporate structures. They are mostly graphs, in which responsibilities are shown in a company from top to bottom.
However, the first modern organization chart, designed in 1854 by McCallum, was designed as a tree from the bottom up. Responsibility for action was assigned to the branches and leaves, as they were closer to the information and thus to the action.