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Cyber Safety Checkup

How protected are you against cyber attacks?

Do you know what makes you vulnerable to hackers? What could you do to strengthen your defenses? Answer the following questions to map your personal digital assets and see where you stand in terms of your personal cyber security. 



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"The CyberSafe Checkup gave me peace of mind"

As someone with a non-technical background, I didn’t know where to start or how to assess my personal cybersecurity risks. The Cyber Safety Checkup was awesome. I was impressed by how easy it was to navigate, allowing me to identify areas of weakness that I never even considered. It provided me with a useful snapshot of my digital security.

Frequently Asked Questions

A cybersafe quiz is a set of questions designed to help female boss babes assess their personal cybersecurity risks and identify areas where they may be vulnerable to online threats.

Taking the CyberSafe quiz can help you gain insights into your personal cybersecurity posture and improve your overall online safety. Understanding your vulnerabilities and how to strengthen your defenses can help prevent cyberattacks on your digital assets.

The CyberSafe quiz is for anyone who uses the internet, particularly online entrepreneurs who rely on the internet to run their businesses.

Yes! The CyberSafe quiz is completely free and can be accessed online.

No, the CyberSafe quiz is designed for non-techy individuals and doesn’t require any special knowledge or technical expertise.

This CyberSafe Checkup typically takes around 5 minutes to complete.

Yes, we take great care to protect your personal information and maintain high levels of digital security. You will need to have a password even to view your results.

After taking the quiz, you will receive a summary of your results and actionable tips to improve your cybersecurity posture online.

It’s a good practice to take the CyberSafe quiz at least once a year to ensure that you stay up to date with the latest cybersecurity threats and best practices.

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