Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

 

What does the 100 Point Cyber Check TM cost?

For a limited time, the 100 Point Cyber Check costs $99.


Which countries is the 100 Point Cyber Check TM applicable to?

The initial version of the 100 Point Cyber Check is targeted at Australian small-medium enterprises. Although many of the questions may be applicable to other jurisdictions, the best results will be obtained for Australian businesses.


Can the 100 Point Cyber Check TM stop hackers?

No. The 100 Point Cyber Check is designed to help you assess your level of cyber preparedness and maturity. It is not an anti-hacking tool. However, the insights that you develop from taking the 100 Point Cyber Check will help you identify and select the appropriate, risk-proportionate defences for your business.

 


How is the 100 Point Cyber Check TM different to a penetration test or an external cyber audit?

A penetration test involves an external agency using the tools and techniques of hackers to compromise your system. A cyber audit involves an external agency coming on-site to verify compliance with your cyber programme, including policies, procedures, guidelines and standards. We would recommend undertaking the 100 Point Cyber Check prior to a penetration test or a cyber audit - it will assist you in understanding the specific areas where you currently have strength or weakness, based on self-report. Another way of considering the difference is between an internal versus externally audit.