Dr. James Norrie discovered a new approach to detecting, predicting, and interdicting dangerous online behavior using a patent-pending cyberconIQ assessment tool.
The test contours our ability to be empowered against online risks becoming more cyberaware. It helps us detect and avoid situations that are potentially harmful so we worry less about those things that are less likely to be a threat.
Which personality traits most likely affect online behavior? Two very relevant personality traits emerged from this discovery that consistently show up: we are either risk-tolerant or risk-averse and a willingness to be either a rule breaker or rule follower.
Our test can identify specific types of cybersecurity attacks (known as threat vectors) that are more likely to succeed and why given any particular individual’s particular risk/rule profile. These also create the opportunity to consider overall rates of risk for the entire organization by mapping its organizational make-up according to the range of people found in each quadrant.
The automated testing method can even detect a respondent who is deliberately trying to provide a pattern of responses instead of being truthful through item intercorrelation.
There are no wrong answers or bad results, so leave fear behind and take control. Receive your personal risk profile and Save Yourself From Yourself with the test today!