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Crack the Code: 10-Question Cybersecurity Quiz to Evaluate Your Organization's Security Posture

Engage with prospects and help them understand their organizational risk and cybersecurity program using this quick quiz.

The quiz consists of 10 multiple-choice questions. At the end of the quiz, provide a score and a brief evaluation based on the prospect's answers.

  1. What is the primary focus of your organization's cybersecurity program?

  2. Protecting sensitive data

  3. Monitoring network traffic

  4. Ensuring business continuity

  5. All of the above

  6. How often does your organization conduct security awareness training for employees?

  7. Annually

  8. Quarterly

  9. Monthly

  10. We don't have security awareness training

  11. What type of cybersecurity framework does your organization follow?

  12. NIST Cybersecurity Framework

  13. ISO/IEC 27001

  14. CIS Critical Security Controls

  15. We don't follow a specific framework

  16. Does your organization have a dedicated cybersecurity team or individual responsible for managing cybersecurity risks?

  17. Yes, a dedicated team

  18. Yes, a single individual

  19. No, but it's part of the IT team's responsibilities

  20. No, we don't have anyone managing cybersecurity risks

  21. How frequently does your organization perform vulnerability assessments and penetration testing?

  22. At least annually

  23. At least semi-annually

  24. At least quarterly

  25. We don't perform vulnerability assessments or penetration testing

  26. How does your organization manage software updates and patches?

  27. Automatically install updates and patches as they become available

  28. Manually review and install updates and patches on a regular basis

  29. Install updates and patches only when there's a known security risk

  30. We don't have a process for managing software updates and patches

  31. What type of authentication does your organization use for accessing critical systems and applications?

  32. Single-factor authentication

  33. Two-factor authentication

  34. Multi-factor authentication

  35. We don't have a standard authentication method

  36. How does your organization handle incidents and breaches?

  37. We have a well-defined incident response plan

  38. We respond to incidents on a case-by-case basis

  39. We only react to incidents when they cause significant disruption

  40. We don't have a plan for handling incidents and breaches

  41. Does your organization have a data backup and disaster recovery plan in place?

  42. Yes, we have a comprehensive plan in place and test it regularly

  43. Yes, we have a plan but don't test it regularly

  44. We have an informal plan that hasn't been documented or tested

  45. No, we don't have a data backup and disaster recovery plan

  46. How often does your organization review and update its cybersecurity policies and procedures?

  47. At least annually

  48. Every two years

  49. Only when major changes occur

  50. We don't review or update our cybersecurity policies and procedures


  • For each question, assign 3 points for the best answer (usually option "a" or "d"), 2 points for the second-best answer, 1 point for the third-best answer, and 0 points for the least favorable answer.

  • Add up the total points for all 10 questions.


  • 25 points or below: Your organization's cybersecurity posture needs significant improvement. It's crucial to prioritize security initiatives and invest in resources to better protect your organization.

  • 26-20 points: Your organization has some cybersecurity measures in place, but there is still room for improvement. Strengthening your security posture should be a priority to reduce risks and protect your organization from threats.

  • 21-30 points: Your organization has a moderate level of cybersecurity, but there are gaps that need to be addressed. Regularly reviewing and updating your security policies and procedures will help you stay ahead of emerging threats.

  • 31-40 points: Your organization has a strong cybersecurity program in place, but it's essential to remain vigilant and continuously improve. Keep up with the latest trends, maintain employee training, and regularly review your security posture to ensure ongoing protection.

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