Does your business collect or hold any digital data?
Digital data is any information you collect or store in a digital form, whether it’s on a device (e.g. a computer or phone), the internet or a server. Common types include customer data (like email addresses), employee data (like payroll and salary information) and critical business data (like sales figures).
How many employees (including regular contractors) do you have?
Do your employees or contractors ever use their own devices to complete work?
How would you respond to an online attack?
An online or cyber attack is a malicious and deliberate attempt by criminals to breach the systems and information of another individual or organisation.
Do you access public networks for work purposes?
A public (or shared) network is one that anyone can access to connect to the internet. Examples of these include Wi-Fi networks in airports, hotels, libraries, cafés or other public spaces.
Do your employees or contractors ever access public networks for work purposes?
Do you update the operating system on your main work device to the latest version when you’re prompted?
e.g. your MacBook’s latest macOS version, Microsoft Windows latest version, etc.
How often do you update your antivirus on your main work device?
How often do you back up your critical business data?