This is a quick self-assessment tool that will give you an automated score of your organization's cyber security in general, and to see if we can help. This test is mostly for entertainment so have fun! A more detailed assessment can be arranged if you'd like to work with us.
In order to make this as fast as possible (it should take 3-5 minutes), questions may change or be skipped, depending on your answers. The progress bar will adjust when this happens.
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About how many total employees are in your organization? *


 
What is your role? *

This will help us ask the right questions.

 
What is your name? *

This won't help us ask the right questions but we'll know what to call you. :)
 
Ok {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, where are your offices/branches located? *

(If a fully remote company, count each worker as 1 location.)

 
Can you answer questions that are technical in nature such as if you host applications internally, use cloud computing services, run vulnerability scans, and require remote users to access the network through a VPN? *

(Skipping questions will make the score less accurate.) If you want to hear a joke before answering this question, choose tacos.

 
Why don't you ever see elephants hiding in trees? *

Because they're really good at it.

 
You must have a lot of time on your hands! Okay, have you heard the one about the band called 1023MB?

They haven't got a gig yet
 
Can you answer questions that are technical in nature such as if you host applications internally, use cloud computing services, run vulnerability scans, and require remote users to access the network through a VPN? *

No more silly answers, it's business time.

 
Approximately how many company computers have access to the internet? Include employees or contractors with multiple machines. *

Take your best guess or if you're still unsure, use the number of people that have company email addresses.

 
Do you host your own company website or any web-based applications or do you pay other companies to take care of it all? *


 
In your organization, approximately how many total nodes connect to the internet? *

(clients and servers)

 
How many applications does your company host internally? *


 
How many applications do you have that are internally hosted AND either internally developed, internally modified, or open source? *


 
How many cloud computing services do you use for external hosting? *


 
How many open services do you expose to the internet? (HTTP, FTP, etc.) *

If you're not completely sure, still make an attempt at your best guess. "I don't know" assigns the same value as "C", the median option.

 
What best describes your wireless network access situation? *


 
How many employees are allowed to have personal devices that connect to the corporate network? *

If you're not completely sure, still make an attempt at your best guess. "I'm not sure" assigns the same value as "C", the median option.

 
How many third party services store and/or process information for your organization? *


 
Do you have an IT security program and/or team of at least 1 dedicated security person? *

If you have general IT staff that also perform security as a small portion of what they do, without help from a third party, this is "no".

 
Who develops and monitors the cybersecurity strategies, policies, and asset management for the governance of your IT security program? *

(Choose "outsourced security team" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
Who is in charge of your (cyber) risk management program - assessment process and audits? *

(Choose "outsourced" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
Who identifies, analyzes, and responds to cybersecurity incidents? *

(Choose "outsourced security team" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
Who is in charge of making sure your staff and security tools are up to date? *

(Choose "outsourced security team" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
Who is in charge of keeping employees up-to-date on the subject of security awareness? (Trainings, etc.) *

(Choose "outsourced" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
Who oversees the security of the external connections you have with third parties that have access to your organization's technology and information? *

(Choose "outsourced" if the answer is both internal and outsourced)

 
How often do you run penetration tests and/or red team assessments? *


 
Last question! What security measures do you have in place? *

(Include any items that are outsourced.)

 
Would you like us to contact you in the next few days? If yes, please select "other" and enter your email or phone number, whichever you prefer. *

No matter what you select, your results will come next. You'll have a final option to leave your information without tying it to this survey.

Congrats, all done and looking good {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}! If this was school, you'd get an "A". You're in the highest scoring bracket so your organization probably has most of the appropriate controls in place.

That said, there may still be room for improvement and the only way to know for sure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might also be able to spend less for better service. If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below to contact!
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Congrats, {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, you're all done! If this was school, the assessment would give your business a "B".

What this means is your organization probably has most of the appropriate controls in place but there may be a few missing items that could really up your security game.

The only way to know for sure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might even be able to spend less for better service. If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below to reach out!
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Congrats, {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, you're all done! Keep in mind, it's tough to accurately assess something as complex as cybersecurity in 20 questions or less but If this was school, your organization would get a "C".

 What this translates to is you probably have a little work to do in order to properly secure your business. However, don't fret - it could be worse... a lot worse. 

The only way to know for sure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might even be able to spend less for better service. If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below to reach out!
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Congrats, {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, you're all done! That's the good news. The bad news is that if this was school, your organization's cybersecurity score would be a "D".

Fortunately, this is NOT school and it's also really tough to accurately assess something as complex as cybersecurity in 20 questions or less. Basically all this means is you probably have some work to do in order to properly secure your business and we're here to help, if you'd like.

The only way to know for sure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might even be able to spend less for better service. If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below to get in touch!
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Congrats, {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, you're all done, although we don't have good news. If this was school, your organization's cybersecurity grade would be an "F".

Fortunately, this is NOT school and it's also really tough to accurately assess something as complex as cybersecurity in 20 questions or less. All this means is you probably have some work to do in order to properly secure your business and we're here to help, if you'd like.

The only way to know for sure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might even be able to spend less for better service! If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below for next steps:
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Congrats, {{answer_SPFCKisIGuKU}}, you're all done! That's the good news. The bad news is you found a loophole and got the error ending page so we don't have a grade for you. 

This isn't a trick, we really only put this page here in case something went wrong so please, click below to contact us and shoot over an email and we'll be glad to personally look over your answers and let you know what happened and how you scored.

The only other thing you missed is our pitch on how "the only way to really know if your network is secure is to conduct a thorough audit, pen test, and architecture review. You might even be able to spend less for better service. If you want to find out, we'd love to hear from you. Just click below to get in touch!"
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