SME Security Scan
Released October 2018
Are your computer infrastructure and files well protected? Do the test.
The SME Security Scan is intended for self-employed individuals and professionals, as well as SMEs with limited computer networks.
Test how secure your files and computer infrastructure are.
A series of 10 questions will be asked to determine the security level of your organisation. At the end of the exercise you will receive a number of practical tips which can help you to improve your security level.Start the SME Security Scan
If you have any suggestions, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the initiative of the Minister for SMEs and the self-employed, the FPS Economy has launched an information campaign aimed at SMEs. This website aims to raise awareness among small businesses by inviting them to test their IT security and giving them clear advice, tailored to their needs, and practical tools to implement a real cybersecurity policy. The Cybersecurity scan used in this site is the one developed by the Cyber Security Coalition whose.
This SME Security Scan has been developed by the Cyber Security Coalition in collaboration with BNP Paribas Fortis.
All text, layout and designs in this SME Security Scan are protected by copyright.
Elements from the SME Security Scan can be used/published for non-commercial purposes, provided the source is properly referenced.
The Cyber Security Coalition declines all responsibility for the content of this SME Security Scan.
We have taken great care in the development of this SME Security Scan. Please be advised that the information contained:
- is general and does not refer to specific situations in which organisations or private persons may find themselves
- may not necessarily be complete, accurate or up-to-date
- is not a substitute for professional or legal advice
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Published October 2018
Your personal report is confidential and its content will not be shared with anyone. All registered answers will be evaluated on an aggregate (and not individual) level.
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