Is your organisation cyber resilient?
Take a 5-minute test to find out how well you are protected against attacks and other cybersecurity threats.
Bonus: Every answer is supplemented with an explanation from industry experts. Once you have completed the test, you will receive recommendations on how to improve the security of your business.

The test is based on the Threat Zone 2020 study.

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Who is responsible for cybersecurity in your organisation?


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Do you have the required documents in place (cybersecurity policy, security instructions for employees, system access rules, etc.)?


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Does your company conduct regular security training for employees?


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Do you know what types of information are processed in your company?


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What authentication methods are used in the most critical information system?


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Do you use data encryption?


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How do you control office entrances and exits?


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Have you ever had any information leaks, system compromises or malware infections?


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Do you conduct security testing of newly developed or updated information systems?


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Do you subject your contractors and partners to security checks?


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How do you handle security incidents?


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How do you handle emergencies and infrastructure failures?


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Have you identified the applicable cybersecurity law?

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  • You should take a serious approach to security and implement urgent measures to improve your cyber resilience.
  • Your company has a low level of cyber resilience: there is a lot to be done to protect your business against security risks.
  • You have evidently taken steps to address security needs of your organisation, however these measures are insufficient — please refer to the recommendations from our experts.
  • You apparently take care of cybersecurity at your organisation. However, there is still some room for improvement.
  • Your organisation has a high level of cyber resilience, keep up the good work! However, an independent expert assessment is always a worthwhile step.
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12 steps to improve the cyber resilience of your organisation:

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  • 1. Create a dedicated security department.
    This will help to define the responsibilities of the security and the IT teams and avoid conflict of interests.
  • 2. Implement the required policies and procedures (cybersecurity policy, security instructions for employees, system access control rules, etc.).
    This is necessary to streamline, maintain and improve security processes in your organisation.
  • 3. Conduct regular security training for employees and test their knowledge.
    Employee awareness reduces their vulnerability of social engineering, which is the most popular method used by attackers.
  • 4. Classify information processed within the organisation by types and criticality levels.
    This gives a structured approach to data protection and minimises security costs.
  • 5. Use multi-factor authentication to secure access to critical systems.
    This measure decreases the risk of unauthorised access by external and internal intruders.
  • 6. Encrypt systems and digital carriers with critical data.
    Encryption reduces the risk of unauthorised access to information.
  • 7. Use an access control system to track employees and visitors across the company’s premises.
    This helps to prevent criminals from accessing the premises and to easily track their location if this happens.
  • 8. Conduct separate security testing when developing or incorporating new software into the company infrastructure.
    Testing can be carried out by your in-house security specialists or independent experts. It is critical to focus on system or software security at the early development stages. This approach, known as ’security by design’, decreases the criminal’s chances for success and helps to build a holistic security framework in the organisation.
  • 9. Define the security requirements for contractors and partner organisations.
    In certain cases, criminals attack the least protected company first and use its infrastructure to gain access to partner systems (which is called ’attack on the supply chain’). Therefore, you should be aware of the current-state security in contractors’ organisations.
  • 10. Ensure timely incident response — the best solution would be a dedicated security team.
    SOC specialists will apply proper tools and verified methodologies. You can create an in-house centre or outsource professional services.
  • 11. Develop continuity and recovery plans for emergency events.
    When the strategy is planned in advance, all organisational units will be able to take quick and rational decisions in critical situations.
  • 12. Determine the applicable law with respect to your company’s operations and ensure compliance with its requirements.
    Failure to comply leads to severe regulatory fines, loss of market positions and even suspension of company operations.

Now you know the current state of security in your organisation.

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