Employee behavior is an often-missed aspect of risk management, despite data showing that 70% of U.S. employees struggle with data protection basics. To truly decrease risk, you must increase your employees’ cybersecurity and data privacy IQ.

What is the Employee Risk Assessment?

The Employee Risk Assessment is a free tool that allows you to assess and better understand risky behaviors within your employee population. Proving popular among businesses and organizations of all sizes, this short assessment tests behaviors across eight of the most common threat vectors within a company.

How does this assessment help me?

The results of this survey will offer insights into how well your employees can recognize and respond to everyday threats.

Completing this assessment allows you to:

  • Assess knowledge and risky behavior, both quickly and anonymously
  • Determine your overall organizational risk score
  • Download a report with actionable insights to help close knowledge gaps

What changes are being made to the Assessment?

We’ve received more than 12,000 individual responses to our survey and have used feedback to make incremental changes to the Employee Risk Assessment over the past year. But just as the threat landscape continues to evolve, so do our efforts to understand (and stay ahead of) them.

Our goal is to provide a free, easy-to-use, and impactful tool to assess and identify risky areas that affect your business. That’s why we’ve made the decision to completely rebuild this resource, focusing on improved deployment speed and user experience, and faster analysis and reporting of risk.

When can I start my Employee Risk Assessment?

Our goal is to introduce an improved Employee Risk Assessment in H2 2019.

What can I do until then?

Explore the current state of employee knowledge in cybersecurity and data privacy and learn key industry insights in our free State of Privacy and Security Awareness Report.

This resource is packed with year-over-year comparisons, insights on the eight most-common threat vectors, and exclusive tips to reduce risk for both you and your broader employee population.


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