Small business make up more than 70% of the targets that cyber criminals go after. They are the most targeted for several reasons including the fact that they have less security to begin with and they use public forms of keeping connected to their employees. It has been found that small businesses have a really hard time recovering when their computer systems get attacked by cyber criminals.
They simply don’t have the resources to deal with the aftermath like large companies do so, recovery time is highly effected. This, in turn, can end up affecting their ability to provide the services their business offers, which will most definitely carry over to affect their customers.
Small businesses depend on their customer base and their reputation in order to operate successfully so, it is imperative they seek out a higher level of protection.
There are many changes small businesses can make in order to better protect themselves. Seek out the best cyber security software your business is able to get.
There are plenty of different kinds of software that offer various tools to better protect your business and most are pretty affordable. Keep yourself informed about the latest cyber threats through research: you can’t protect yourself if you don’t know what’s out there.
Make sure your employees are aware of their behaviors and how it affects the business’ cyber presence. The NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, is in the process of offering easily accessed tips and tools specific to helping small businesses increase their security.
Also, it would be in your best interest to limit any public forms of keeping connected within the system. If you can’t avoid using a public form of connection, make sure your security software can protect the business at the level you require.
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