Cybercrime is a Big Deal for Small Businesses- [Infographic]

What does security awareness training mean for you and your organization? Is it a matter of running through the basic security protocols when a new staff member joins and then forgetting about it? If so, you’re putting your company at risk.

Cybercrime is big business, and no one is safe. Just ask Epsilon who lost $4 billion thanks to a cyber attack. Or Yahoo, when 3 billion user accounts were hacked. Scared yet? You should be. If event huge corporates can get hacked, how good are your security measures really?

Sure, your business is smaller, but that could actually make it more of a target. Almost half of all cybercrimes are aimed at smaller businesses. The payouts aren’t as big, but the heists are a lot easier to pull off.

And considering that around 60% of small business close their doors within six months of an attack, that’s not a risk that you can afford to take.

Want to learn how to defend yourself and your company? Check out EveryCloud’s infographic below.


Mercy - CBNation

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