For cybercriminals, everybody is a potential target — government officials, celebrities, tech CEOs or the average citizen.
In an effort to help Canadians learn about the dangers of cyber crime, Canada has declared October and Cyber Security Awareness Month.
All of the marvels of technology that we use today also introduces a slew of potential risks and avenues for cyberattacks. But being aware of how these devices impact our lives and what risks they carry, allows us to handle them more responsibly and take steps to mitigate those risks. It’s also worth noting that the current pandemic has changed how people work and even study, with technology shouldering the brunt of the transition of doing almost everything from home. The transition also introduces its own vulnerabilities of which people need to be aware.
By raising the collective awareness of these threats and vulnerabilities, initiatives such as Cyber Security Awareness Month is ensuring that everyone does their part and contributes to increased safety and security online. When everyone is responsible, and everyone does their part, it increases global cyber-immunity and reduces the risk of getting cyber-infected.
To raise awareness around October’s Cyber Security Awareness Month, MNI Media teamed up with ESET to challenge Canadians to take its Phishing Derby Quiz.
This quiz will challenge your security expertise. The quicker and more accurately you respond, the higher your score will be.
Prizes for ESET’s Phishing Derby include:
Entries will be accepted from October 8 to November 5, 2020*. Enter to Play*No purchase necessary. One entry per contestant. Read our full terms and conditions here