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1 in 3 Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Fall Victim to a Data Breach
Why? Cybercriminals leverage the path of least resistance. That means businesses that have limited time and resources to put towards cybersecurity become a prime target. Could your business be in their sights?
Cybercrime has grown both in quality and quantity. For this reason it is crucial for small- or medium-sized businesses to strengthen security measures and protect their data. And trying to make sense of the numerous security solutions available on the market is impossible for untrained workers. Numata’s Cybersecurity Subscription Services offers a selection of cybersecurity solutions best suited to your business needs and prevents common cyber threats from infiltrating your network.
A majority of data breaches happen at small-med sized businesses. Often times, small and medium-sized businesses lack the proper security measures and training to defend against cybercriminals, making them a major target.
Anti-virus and anti-malware software are incredibly important when it comes to protecting your system, but that doesn’t mean you’re in the clear. This software can’t protect against all cybersecurity risks, many of which involve human error
Paying for proper security and training is much cheaper than trying to recover from a single breach. In fact, many organizations that suffer a data breach don’t recover at all. Preventative breach measures will go a long way to help protect you.
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Every organization and employee that has access to, or could come into contact with sensitive data, should receive cybersecurity training. Threats are continuously evolving, making ongoing training critical for all.
48% of hackers and incident respondents spend 1-5 hours per week keeping up with security news, trends, and technologies. Technology is a way of keeping up with the changing threat landscape. According to the Ponemon Institute, organizations see on average a 64% improvement in phishing click rates after rolling out a security training program and a 37-fold ROI upon enrolling in a phishing program. Stop cyber-criminals at the forefront by stopping them in their tracks with a strong layer of human defence.