Free Cyber Security Risk Assessment

Answer 15 questions in these five technology categories to determine your final Risk Score.

SECURITY AWARENESS

Employee errors are the #1 source of data breaches. Indicate how well informed, educated, and aware your employees are in the following areas.

Email

Employees know how to identify potential phishing scams, harmful attachments and spam.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Passwords

We routinely update passwords to contain complex configurations and have a procedure for securing them.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Shadow IT

Policies are in place to manage employees who use unauthorised file-share programs, personal devices, external hard drives, social media, etc.

No

Not Sure

Yes

HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Desktop computers, devices, accessories, servers and multiple software programs used to conduct business all have their own security requirements. Where do you rank?

Computers

Our computers have been purchased in the last
three years and all required system upgrades
have been installed in that time.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Software

All software programs have received necessary updates, and antivirus measures are in place.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Compatibility

Any specialised equipment (machine sensors, voice assist, legacy systems, etc.) and software can easily “talk with each other” securely.

No

Not Sure

Yes

ENDPOINT SECURITY

Remote access to your networks from wireless devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and personal laptops, can create pathways for security threats. How are you doing with the following endpoint security measures?

Personal Devices

Policies are in place for employees who use personal devices for work to prevent data loss, and those devices have updated security software.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Firewalls

Our network security and firewall systems are regularly updated and monitored to ensure the latest and greatest defences are in place to protect against internet-based cyber threats.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Monitoring

Our systems are monitored 24/7 to ensure critical updates are applied, maintenance is performed, and dedicated IT personnel are addressing emerging threats related to cloud-based security protection.

No

Not Sure

Yes

PRINTER​ SECURITY​

Modern printers and copiers are connected to networks and have the ability to email, scan, fax, store data, and yes – even print! They need to be protected just as much as computers. How does your organisation rate?

Printed Documents

We have a policy in place to ensure that confidential printed documents don’t end up in the wrong hands.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Rules-Based Printing

We have PIN-access or swipe-to-print protection measures in place to release print jobs only when an authorised user is present to retrieve printed documents.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Security Settings

ob tracking, hard drive encryption, password protection, remote monitoring, and proper network configurations are in place and are routinely updated.

No

Not Sure

Yes

BACK-UP SYSTEMS

We’ve outlined a detailed plan in the event a disruption occurs. The plan includes clearly defined processes, and it identifies who will take certain actions.

Cloud Services

We’ve outlined a detailed plan in the event a disruption occurs. The plan includes clearly defined processes, and it identified who will take certain actions.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Business Continuity Plan

We’ve outlined a detailed plan in the event a disruption occurs with clearly defined processes, and identified who will take certain actions.

No

Not Sure

Yes

Testing​

Our backup system is regularly tested to ensure operation if called to duty, and we’ve conducted a practice drill.

No

Not Sure

Yes

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