Security Quizzes & Trivia

Security refers to the state of being free from danger or threat, which may harm you or your property. It can either be physical property or even your virtual information. How well do you understand security? Do you know the different measures taken in securing a home, an office or even your computer? Get into the world of security and learn the different methods of securing your home, your office and even your state.

From security alarms, magnetic doors to enterprise security measures, find out how secure you are with your knowledge of security. Take these quizzes now and learn the responsibilities of security personnel, tips on keeping your family and house secure and much more! 
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Test your knowledge and see if you have the skills and general knowledge to know all the basics about security.

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    THE SECURITY OFFICER MOTTO IS



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    Which type of guidance system is also known as television guidance?

This is a quiz for the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate.  It's based on sample questions and the end of topic questions in the workbook.  Good luck!

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    To which of the following layers of the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model would one map Ethernet?

Read all questions carefully, and choose the answer, which best suites the question. You have 2 hours to write this exam.

Questions: 112  |  Attempts: 1826   |  Last updated: May 30, 2017
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    A measure of electrical pressure or potential is



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    Range cards are a record of

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What is the difference between CBI and NIA?
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