Become Cyber Savvy Approved today!HOW CYBER SAVVY ARE YOU?

Being ‘cyber savvy’ means that as an individual you have an understanding of the threat of cybercrime and the ways in which your actions can help or hinder these types of attacks.
 

Having this awareness of how our actions can have a positive or negative impact on cyber security is of particular importance to staff in health and social care settings. This is because as the healthcare we deliver transforms, so do the threats – with increased connectivity of and between medical devices, health records, patient personal information and networks between all care organisations.
 

It’s also more likely that data breaches will originate from human negligence than a technical failure, which is why it’s so important for individuals to take responsibility for cyber security, as our safety ‘chain’ is only as strong as its weakest link. That’s why we’ve created our cyber savvy accredited tests, to help you test your current level of knowledge and improve any gaps in your awareness.

 

READY TO TEST HOW CYBER SAVVY YOU ARE?

Simply click on the link below to take our cyber savvy accredited test, which once completed will enable you to become Cyber Savvy Approved.

  • ARE YOU CYBER SAVVY?

    Become Cyber Savvy approved, by clicking the link below to take our test.

    TAKE THE TEST
 

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