Small and medium-sized businesses need cybersecurity just as much as large enterprises. Unfortunately, smaller companies are even more vulnerable to attacks, and cybercriminals are targeting them more often. According to Small Business Trends Magazine, 43% of cyberattacks target small to medium-sized businesses, and roughly 60% of SMBs go out of business within six months after
Cybersecurity can feel like a game of catch-up — every time a new vulnerability or attack vector is discovered, you have to find a solution or an expert to protect you from it. It’s not an illusion; recent research from Check Point and Dimensional Research confirmed that 91% of global security leaders agree or strongly
While large enterprises usually have at least some members of a cybersecurity team, smaller businesses often lack the security professionals and some of the expertise to protect themselves from cyber attacks. Other smaller businesses have experienced in-house professionals, but limited resources to augment their efforts. Without in-house cyber experts or the proper resources to support
It’s no secret that cybersecurity measures are no longer a luxury but a requirement. However, how to do enterprise-level cybersecurity right–and affordably–seems to remain a huge challenge for many organizations. There are too many tools, too few team resources, and not enough money. For companies that can’t afford to hire an entire team, the resources
For the sake of protecting not only the data and finances of your own company, but the data and finances of your employees and your clients, businesses small and large need to have a cyber attack recovery plan in place.
You don’t have to fill this out on a clipboard, but if you find yourself shaking your head as you go over these points, you might want to look into outsourcing your company’s cyber protection.