In today’s cyber environment, keeping data secure is crucial, but it is a lot easier said than done. Hackers are constantly trying to get into your network, most often going for the weakest link: employees.
Take the quiz below to determine the cybersecurity knowledge of you and your employees.
- In a typical spear phishing attack, what are two pieces of information hackers usually seek?a. Bank account information c. Personal pictures
b. Business files d. Passwords
- True or False? If a link in an email takes you to a legitimate website, a phishing scam can still access your account information?a. True
- A group of computers that is networked together and used by hackers to steal information is called a:a. DDOS c. Rootkit
b. Botnet d. Phishers
- True or False? If a website begins with “https”, it is generally safe.a. True
- Identify the legitimate website in a sea of spoofs:a. https://www.amazon.com/us/webapps/mpp/requesting-payments
e. All of the above are legitimate
- Which password is the most secure?a. C@rds c. T3CH!
b. Datt0!100 d. Computers123
- Which three are common forms of cyber attacks?a. Baiting c. Ransomware
b. Fishing d. Network-Traveling Worms
How did you do? Check your answers below.
1) A,D 2) True 3) B 4) True 5) D 6) B 7) A,C,D
Score: 6-7 – Cybersecurity Master!
Users on your network should feel at ease knowing you’re around. Nice job!
Score: 4-5 – Cybersecurity Rookie!
You have some cybersecurity awareness, but could use a little brushing up. Luckily there are plenty of resources for you to check out and expand your knowledge.
Score: 0-3 – Cybersecurity Hazard!
You should consider refreshing your cybersecurity knowledge as soon as possible.
If you need any help with your cybersecurity knowledge, contact ROC today at 888-837-4466!
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