Test your security knowledge
Anita Batari

Test your security knowledge

Anita Batari

Start the New Year with this security quiz to test your knowledge and get a chance to receive the latest edition of ‘The Art of Server Protection’ e-book, or -- win our BitNinja Server Security for 1 month, absolutely free.  What a great way to start the New Year!

Our ninjas created a short quiz to test your knowledge; it contains 9 questions which are - more or less - related to security. At the end, don’t forget to enter your email address, because, without that, we’re unable to send you your prize.

Every participant who scores 9/9 on the quiz will receive our CEO’s book, ‘The Art of Server Protection’. In addition, they get a chance to win a one-month BitNinja Pro license for one of their servers. The winner of the one-month free server protection will be notified via e-mail.

Rules are as follows:

• You must score 9/9 on the quiz to be eligible for the giveaway e-book, and become part of the prize game.

• You only have two weeks to complete the quiz.

• You may complete this quiz only once.

• If you entitled for any of the prizes, we will contact you via email.

• Start date: 2nd February 2018

• End date: 16th February 2018

You can reach the quiz here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZYJBYBZ

Have fun!

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