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    The Big Fat Challenge for Small Business

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  • 4 Things You Must Know About CyberSecurity

    4 Things You Must Know About CyberSecurity

    Wednesday, April 29 2015 6:23 PM EDT2015-04-29 22:23:38 GMT
    Sponsored ContentHalf of all small businesses in the U.S. have been hit with a cyberattack – and that's not the scariest news. The cost per attack last year skyrocketed to $20,752, up from $8,699 in 2013, according to a survey by the National Small Business Association. The actual tab for a security break can quickly spiral even higher, putting the life of a small or medium-sized business on the line. Among the unexpected burdens: Business down time: Routine business may be disrupted when th...
    Sponsored ContentHalf of all small businesses in the U.S. have been hit with a cyberattack – and that's not the scariest news. The cost per attack last year skyrocketed to $20,752, up from $8,699 in 2013, according to a survey by the National Small Business Association. The actual tab for a security break can quickly spiral even higher, putting the life of a small or medium-sized business on the line. Among the unexpected burdens: Business down time: Routine business may be disrupted when th...
  • 4 Signs Your Small Business is Not Secure

    4 Signs Your Small Business is Not Secure

    Sponsored Content CEOs of many small and medium-size companies read headlines about cybercrime and shrug them off. Their attitude? Hackers only target the big guys. “They're in denial,” says Bruce Parkman, chief executive officer for MainNerve, a Colorado Springs cybersecurity company. “And lack of attention from the top of a company is one of the strongest signs that a business is headed for trouble.” Here are four dated attitudes that put a business at risk for a security takedown: 1. “Ha...
    Sponsored Content CEOs of many small and medium-size companies read headlines about cybercrime and shrug them off. Their attitude? Hackers only target the big guys. “They're in denial,” says Bruce Parkman, chief executive officer for MainNerve, a Colorado Springs cybersecurity company. “And lack of attention from the top of a company is one of the strongest signs that a business is headed for trouble.” Here are four dated attitudes that put a business at risk for a security takedown: 1. “Ha...
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