Is your business too small to be a target of cybercrime?
Think again… 71% of malicious data breaches target businesses with less than 100 employees. Of that group, businesses with less than 10 employees were the most frequently attacked.
SMBs have neither the money nor the manpower of large enterprises and can’t afford the same level of security. Very few SMBs have fulltime IT dedicated personnel on hand to run routine security checks.
SMBs are contending not only with lost revenue and expenses, but also the possibility of never regaining the trust of customers, clients and business partners. Most SMBs don’t have the same financial footing or ability to rebound from a cyberspace attack as large business do. Too often, damage is irreparable with some companies out of business within six months of a significant attack.
Learn why today’s small businesses are often a stepping-stone for thieves to access bigger and better data.
- Understand the vulnerabilities causing cybercriminals to zero in on smaller businesses.
- Find out how inadequate security could cost small businesses clients or potentially lucrative business partnerships.
- Learn four ways SMBs can keep cybercriminals at bay and protect sensitive data without a huge budget or overhead costs.