How Privacy Savvy Are You?
Know how well you are protecting your own privacy in these vulnerable areas,
and how to improve where you have privacy risks!
In honor of International Data Privacy Day 2017 we created a short, free, evaluation for you to quickly determine how well you are protecting your own privacy in three key areas where privacy failures often take place.
Besides being a fun and awareness-raising activity for individuals, this personal privacy evaluation also supports business and organization requirements for doing risk management activities throughout their organization, complementing the legally necessary business-focused security risk assessments.
This personal privacy risk evaluation can also be used for providing privacy awareness raising communications, supporting a wide range of legal requirements for providing employee privacy and security education.
Before you start, please review the following statement:
By participating in this survey, I agree to not re-post this evaluation, or similar versions of it, to any other business sites to be re-used there without explicit written permission from Rebecca Herold or SIMBUS, who own the intellectual property rights to the content and delivery mechanism respectively.
I also give permission to send the results to my email address, which I will provide at the end, and to allow SIMBUS to incorporate my non-identified answers into generic, bulk summary results.
By taking this free evaluation you are indicating that you understand and agree to these terms.
NOTE: This evaluation is not written for, and must not be taken by, children 13 years of age or younger.
REMINDER: By taking this evaluation you are agreeing to not re-post this evaluation, or similar versions of it, to any other business sites to be re-used there without explicit written permission, and you are also giving permission to send the results to your email address, which I will provide at the end, and to incorporate my answers into generic, bulk summary results. Exit now if you do not want to agree with this.