Share the results with your IT team and ask them to work with you to create a cybersecurity education plan for your organization. 10 points
You’re doing great — but there’s always room to grow! Here are a few suggestions on what you can do to increase your security.
Consider cyber insurance: Start by understanding how cyber insurance works, and what you need to implement in order to get a policy. This may include things like 2FA or the framework of your security awareness training. Learn more.
Give your team their time back: Choose automated cybersecurity products that will simplify important tasks like security awareness training. Learn more.
8 - 9 points
You’re on the way to securing your organization. We just have a few suggestions:
Understand the psychology behind social engineering attacks. Thinking like a hacker can help you and your organization avoid potential breaches. Learn more.
Learn how to secure your valuable digital assets. Understanding the basics of how to keep your private personal information and company data secure to keep the hackers out. Learn more.
6 - 7 points
You understand the importance of cybersecurity, we can tell. Try the tips below to improve your score fast.
Understand the importance of cybersecurity. Creating a culture of cybersecurity in your organization has benefits beyond building your first line of defense against cyber attacks. Read more.
Do a dark web scan of your business (Or ask your IT team). Find vulnerabilities that may have been missed otherwise by scanning your organization for potential attack points. Read more.
4 - 5 points
You’re on track but it’s time to close the gaps. Here are a few ways to get started.
Use a password manager and a password policy. Having both of these tools in place will improve your password security and decrease your susceptibility overall. Read more.
Learn how to recognize signs of malware. Knowing what to look for and educating your team could be the reason an attack is stopped or reported. Read more.
2 - 3 points
Your cybersecurity journey is beginning and you’re off to a great start. The next steps we recommend are:
Educate your entire company about the threat of phishing attacks. 90% of data breaches start with a phishing attack. Let your team know what to be on the lookout for. Read more.
Protect your computer from malware. Start by taking a few simple precautions to protect your organization from ransomware, spyware, and keyloggers. Read more.
0 - 1 points
You’re making the right move by asking for help. Reach out to your IT team and ask to discuss strategies to start building your cybersecurity program. Get started:
Educate your entire company about common types of phishing. Let your team know what to avoid in their inboxes. Read more.
Create secure passwords. Advise your team about the risks of weak passwords and give them tips on how to update their current passwords to increase their strength. Read more.
Learn more about HacWare
HacWare provides automated cybersecurity awareness training that is smart, simple and easy to use. Educate your end-users with ongoing micro-trainings about up-to-date topics in the current threat landscape. Learn about our MSP partner program at hacware.com/msp.