Kiosk computers are terminals that are set up for use of the public, usually providing access to specific applications. Some companies set them up so customers can browse them for information about the company’s products, or they can even run software to allow customers to pay bills or perform other online transactions. Internet kiosks provide access to the web and/or email.
If your organization includes kiosks, you can use the IKAT tool to test their security. There are versions for both Windows and Linux. You can find out more about it here: