There are 20 questions. Your goal is to score at least 16 points!
It is never OK to give out your password
Your Boss asks you for your password
The helpdesk asks you for your password
Your Boss says it is OK to give someone your password
Unauthenticated interactive logins from the outside world
Connecting to and from the outside world
It is mainly done by computer geeks for kicks instead of money
Data Encryption Standard
Public key certificate
Access control list
Turn on Automatic Updates
Turn on Windows Firewall
Install anti-virus software
Remove the hard drive
a, c, and d
a, b, and c
Your real name, user name, or company name
"Spoofed" e-mails and fraudulent websites designed to fool recipients into divulging personal financial data such as credit card numbers, account usernames and passwords
A type of computer virus
An example of a strong password
None of the above
Open the attachment
Save the attachment to disk and scan it for viruses
Contact the sender to determine if he/she created and sent the draft.doc attachment
Put all of the information in one large message before sending it to reduce the chance that it will fall into the wrong hands
Encrypt the information before sending it through e-mail
Put the information in many small messages so that only a small information will be exposed if it falls into the wrong hands.
Save the messages and report the problem to your supervisor
Ignore the messages and delete them
Contact the police
Don't download the screen saver. This action is not allowed.
Download the screen saver and scan it for viruses before installing it.
Search the Internet for reports describing this screen saver.
Connect it to the network and start using it.
Secure it against the most common attacks, connect it to the network and start using it.
Don't connect it to the network.
Bad Firewall Settings
Anti-virus and anti-spyware software
Operating system updates
All of the above must be installed and kept up to date