Cybersecurity incidents have become more and more common for small and medium-sized businesses, making it critical to know how to prepare and respond. If your business hasn’t been hacked yet, it could very well be next. A study by the Better Business Bureau found that 23% of small businesses (≤ 250 employees) reported having been… Read More
Cybersecurity incidents have become more and more common for small and medium-sized businesses, making it critical to know how to prepare and respond.
If your business hasn’t been hacked yet, it could very well be next. A study by the Better Business Bureau found that 23% of small businesses (≤ 250 employees) reported having been the target of a cyberattack, with nearly half of those occurring in the preceding 12 months.
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