wto605 writes "As computers are used for more and more vital business functions small business cannot afford to have office employees who fail to understand the dangers of and how to recognize and avoid malware, spam, and phishing. After having been stung by monthly virus cleanups at $75 an hour due to an otherwise competent office manager my parents have realized they need to be aware of their employee's computer skills beyond being able to type a letter in word (currently the closest thing they have to a test on computer ability). The problem is, as a small business, there is no IT expert who would be able to recognize a users competency in this area easily. I'm wondering if anyone has seen a good way to test these skills (such as a online test, a set of questions, etc.) that can easily and quickly give them a good idea of an interviewees computer competency during an interview. I have already pointed them to Sonic Wall's Spam and Phishing test (http://www.sonicwall.com/phishing/index.html), however this definitely doesn't cover all of the necessary issues facing computer users."