Quiz: Do You Have Solid Data Security Habits?

Are you a data security master? Or do your habits leave your company susceptible to data breaches? Take this short quiz to find out!
1. You’re going on a trip, and you’ll need to do some work remotely. What do you do to ensure that you have all the files you need?
Save everything you can find onto your laptop, just to ensure you can access any documents you might need.
Don’t save anything directly on your laptop, and access documents via a secure, cloud-based system.
Try to find out in advance what you’ll need to do your job, then only save the necessary information on your laptop.
Save any folders and documents that you believe to be relevant onto your laptop, but nothing more.
2. Which of the below password habits is most true for you?
A unique password for every account using a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols, which you switch out on a monthly basis.
A unique password for every account using a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols, which you rarely change.
A simple, easy-to-remember password that you use across all accounts and never change.
Fairly simple passwords for each separate account, which you rarely change.
3. Someone you know and trust at work is asking you for your computer password. What do you do?
Tell them, but do so privately, in a location where nobody can overhear you.
Write it down and give it to them, so people don’t hear you say your password aloud.
Don’t tell them the password. Even though they may be trustworthy, someone may hear your password or see you write it down for them.
Tell them, no matter where you are, but only because you know you can trust them.
4. You’re stuck in the airport, which has free public Wi-Fi. How do you use it?
Use it to do work, but don’t open or handle anything that contains sensitive or confidential information.
Use it, but only for personal browsing purposes like social media.
Don’t use it; public networks make it easy to hack into personal devices.
Use it to get work done and be productive.
5. A USB drive you were using for confidential client information has been lost or stolen. What do you do?
Wait a while to see if the drive turns up, so you don’t cause a panic for no reason. If it doesn’t turn up, then you can report it.
Don’t report it; you may be punished for the loss of the drive.
Immediately report it so the company can take measures to protect the information.
Only report it if someone specifically asks you about the drive.
6. You need to send a contract to a client for them to review and sign. How do you get it to them?
Use a secure online portal that is protected with encryption and passwords.
Send the document to their personal email address.
FedEx the document to them.
Keep the document on your desk or at the receptionist’s desk, and have the client come into the office to sign it.
7. You’re going through some files on your laptop while waiting for an associate to meet you at the local Starbucks and your order is ready at the counter. What do you do?
Just get up and get your order.
Lock the computer screen before going to get your order.
Bring the laptop up to the counter with you.
Close out of any confidential documents before going to get your order.
8. You have several documents that you no longer need, but which contain sensitive, confidential information regarding your clients. How do you handle them?
Shred the outdated documents in a secure manner.
Keep them to ensure you still have access to the information needed.
You never have to worry about this; you have an electronic system with preset rules for purging old documents.
Move the files to another location so that they don’t take up space, but you still have them if they’re needed.
9. You need to take some important documents with you to a business meeting. How do you take that information?
Use a cloud-based document management system, so you can access all files securely and remotely.
Email the files to yourself, or use a generic USB drive.
Save the files directly to your laptop.
Use an encrypted USB drive.
10. You have reason to suspect that confidential information has been compromised. What do you do?
See if you can pinpoint the source of the breach before reporting it.
Immediately report the breach so appropriate steps can be taken.
Nothing; you may be wrong.
Wait to see if more evidence comes to light before reporting it.
Quiz: Do You Have Good Data Security Habits?
Data Security Master

Congratulations! You’re a Jedi master when it comes to data security, and you put your extensive knowledge into practice on a daily basis. Your good habits help to protect your company and your clients from hacks and data breaches. Way to go! As someone who’s exceptionally aware of data security, you’re probably always looking for ways to make your company’s data even safer. For a secure, compliant way to manage documents and data, contact eFileCabinet for a free demo.

Quiz: Do You Have Good Data Security Habits?
A Few Gaps

Your data security habits are quite good, overall. You take measures to protect the sensitive information that your business handles, but there are a few gaps in your processes—and when it comes to data security, even the smallest gap can be compromised by hackers. With just a few tweaks and a bit more awareness, your company’s data will be tighter than Fort Knox! If you need help finding ways to fill in those gaps and improve your company’s data security, contact eFileCabinet. We’ll give you a free demo to show you just how safe your documents and information can really be.

Quiz: Do You Have Good Data Security Habits?
Much To Be Desired

You have been weighed, you have been measured, and you have been found wanting. Though you have a few good habits that put you on the right track, you’re a long way off from truly protecting your company’s data security. It’s about time you refreshed your security knowledge and picked up a few new habits, before it’s too late to protect your clients’ data. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. eFileCabinet can help you build on the good habits that you do have and teach you to develop new procedures that will help protect your company. Get a free demo to see a few of the features that will help you become a data security master.

Quiz: Do You Have Good Data Security Habits?
Security Novice

It would appear you’ve never had any instruction on data security and how to protect confidential information in the workplace. We highly recommend that you take a crash course in the matter—and soon, before hackers realize what an easy target you are! But all is not lost. We can get you started on that crash course. Just contact us, and we’ll give you a free demo to show you how eFileCabinet can significantly improve the security of your company’s documents and information.

By | 2017-06-28T14:06:58+00:00 December 9th, 2015|
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