The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)
Understanding how to protect your small business is the first step to cybersecurity: Cyber attacks aren’t just a concern of big business—42 percent of attacks target small business, according to Symantec. The attacks leave small companies vulnerable: In addition to lost money and time, more than 50 percent of small companies face public scrutiny due to a security breach, according to a recent Cisco cyber security report.
Spam and adware are two of the biggest cyber threats to small businesses, with spam comprising two thirds of all emails, and adware infecting 75 percent of organizations.
Cyber threats come in a variety of forms, from bad links to prompts to change passwords. This guide will help you identify those threats.
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