The Cyber Safety Checkup takes a snapshot of your current cyber security strengths, risks, and vulnerabilities, all in just 5 minutes.
This is for all you boss babes who worry about your online security, but feel like you don't have the technical know-how to protect yourself
You secure your house with locked doors and an alarm. You secure your car with locked doors and an alarm. Maybe you’ve even taken self-defence classes for your personal security. You’re careful with your credit cards, personal documents, and email, but maybe not careful enough. Is the online ‘virtual’ door to your physical life and emotional wellbeing being left wide open?
With cyber attacks happening every 14 seconds can you afford not to pay attention? Especially since women are 27 times more likely to be harassed than men and 1 in 10 women have experienced some form of cybercrime since the age of 15 years old.
Our cyber risk assessment tool gives you a crystal-clear snapshot of your online habits and areas of vulnerability – think of it as a health check for your digital world! The checkup is an invaluable tool that helps identify weaknesses in your cyber defence mechanisms.
Designed specifically for women who rely on the internet to run their businesses, the checkup is easy to use and doesn’t require any special tech skills. In just 5 minutes, you’ll spotlight your strongest and weakest areas, giving you the lowdown on where to focus your efforts. You’ll gain invaluable insights into your personal cyber security posture and identify any security holes that could leave you open to cyber threats.
The Cyber Safety Checkup dives into 56 behavioural digital defence habits across 7 key touch-points: Mobile Phones & Devices, Computers, Scams, Passwords, Online Activities, Identity Theft, and Social Media. This gives detailed insight into your current cyber security stance, setting the stage for growth and development.
So, get ready to embrace a safer digital life and empower yourself to navigate the ever-evolving world of cyber threats with confidence. It’s like having a personal cyber security coach in your back pocket!
Our CyberSafe Checkup is designed specifically for female entrepreneurs, making it easy for you to protect yourself from cyber threats and stay ahead of the game.
No tech skills? No problem! Our checkup is designed for non-technical users, so you can get started right away, no matter your level of expertise.
In just five minutes, our checkup will scan your online presence and provide you with tips and recommendations to stay safe and secure.
Cyber threats are constantly evolving, so we recommend taking the CyberSafe Checkup once a year to ensure you're always up-to-date with the latest cybersecurity threats.
Covers 56 behavioural digital defence habits across 7 key touch-points: Mobile Phones & Devices, Computers, Scams, Passwords, Online Activities, Identity Theft, and Social Media.
You'll also receive my eBook "Be Cyber Safe - Tips to Protect Yourself from Hackers". Learn how to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals and keep your personal data and digital assets safe from harm!
Here are some other boss babes who have taken control of their online safety
and are living their best digital life.
The Cyber Safety Checkup was a wake-up call for me. As an entrepreneur, I thought I had my online security under control, but the quiz showed me areas where I was vulnerable to cyber attacks. The insights I received were valuable, and I feel more confident about my online security now.
Being a female entrepreneur in the fashion industry, I need to ensure that my online presence is protected from hackers. The cyber safety checkup has been a game-changer for me as it provided me with valuable information on how to keep my business secure from online threats. It’s a must-do for all entrepreneurs!
As a social media manager, I understand the importance of online security. The checkup helped me identify potential vulnerabilities in my social media profiles and provided me with tips on how to protect myself from cyber threats. I highly recommend it.
The cyber safety checkup was quick and easy to complete. The insights I received were practical and helped me take measures to secure my online presence.
Becky is a bestselling author, motivational entrepreneur, and digital marketing expert with over a decade of experience. She has been featured in various prominent media outlets such as A Current Affair (Australia), Campbell Live (NZ), and Stuff.co.nz, among others. Previously, she was the founder and owner of the largest Kids Slumber and Picnic Party Styling Franchise in the Southern Hemisphere. However, in 2013, she survived a vicious cyber attack that affected her emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Now, Becky is back and determined to fight for women’s online safety, which she believes is a fundamental human right.
A Cyber Safety Checkup 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 Cyber Safety Checkup 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 Cyber Safety Checkup is for anyone who uses the internet, particularly online entrepreneurs who rely on the internet to run their businesses.
Yes! The Cyber Safety Checkup is completely free and can be accessed online.
No, the Cyber Safety Checkup is designed for non-techy individuals and doesn’t require any special knowledge or technical expertise.
This Cyber Safety 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 checkup, 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 Cyber Safety Checkup at least once a year to ensure that you stay up to date with the latest cybersecurity threats and best practices.