How to avoid falling victim to a cyberattack?

Much like in the real world, negligence to hygiene in the digital space can lead to epidemics. To avoid this, you should know some basic cybersecurity rules and take quick protective measures.

We have prepared a test to see how vulnerable you are in the cyberworld.
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Do you ever set passwords on your smart devices at home?


When was the last time you updated the antivirus software on your computer?


The epidemic has subsided, and the borders are open again. You fly to another country on business. Upon arrival you have no access to mobile internet, but you do need to access your corporate network urgently and download an important file. You decide to use a local Wi‑Fi network. What do you do?


When registering for an online conference, the system sets a default password “01234” on your account. Your actions?


You have left your corporate PC at the office, but you urgently need to make a presentation. You have not used your home computer for a long time and, when turned on, Windows OS notifies you it requires an update. The antivirus has expired as well. What do you do?


Imagine that you are out of office and you need to send an email with a confidential attachment to your subcontractor. You have no access to your corporate network. What do you do?


You need to send a photo of your passport to your relative very urgently from your smartphone. Your actions?


You have bought a new smartphone and decided to do the initial setup. Which of the actions below might be potentially dangerous for your data?


What signs may indicate that it is unsafe to enter your personal data on the website?


You get a phone call from someone who says they are your bank’s representative. They point out some suspicious transaction with your bank card. The person asks you for the card number, otherwise it will be blocked. What do you do?


of 10 correct answers. 0

  • Be careful! You could be hacked!

    The good news is that the basic rules of cyber hygiene are enough to protect yourself against most attacks. Study our guide to feel more confident and to secure your data.
  • You are definitely able to protect yourself from cybercriminals. But apparently not from all.

    To increase your level of digital literacy, we suggest that you examine our guide on the basic cyber hygiene rules. You will enhance your knowledge and become less vulnerable to attacks.
  • Congratulations! You know how to protect yourself against cyberattacks!

    But only few can do the same. Take care of your relatives and friends and share the guide on basic cyber hygiene rules with them.
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