Ensure that your candidates have the skills you need with the Information Security Awareness Test. It assesses the candidate’s knowledge of information security. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:
- Internet Passwords
- ID & Data Information Theft
- Computer Ethics & Misuse
This test provides the answers you need to make informed hiring and promotion decisions.
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The Information Security Awareness Test is an adaptive test that measures the candidate’s knowledge of information security. Designed for general computer users, this test includes the following topics: Computer Best Practices, Computer Ethics & Misuse, ID & Data Information Theft, Internet Best Practices, Passwords, Physical Security, Sensitive Information, and Viruses & Other Harmful Software.
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Job Family/Title: Knowledge Worker, Computer User
Localizations Available: US English
Time Allowed (minutes): 90
Maximum Number of Questions: 30
Approximate Completion Time: 25 Minutes
Number of Sittings: One
Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes
Question Format: Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) technology dynamically adjusts the test to the level of the test taker resulting in shorter test times, increased accuracy and enhanced security.
Category: Essential Skills
Information Security Awareness Test Topics
Computer Best Practices
• Computer Best Practices
Computer Ethics & Misuse
• Computer Ethics & Misuse
ID & Data Information Theft
• ID & Data Information Theft
Internet Best Practices
• Internet Best Practices
• Physical Security
• Sensitive Information
Viruses & Other Harmful Software
• Viruses & Other Harmful Software