Trying to address new cybersecurity threats is like shooting at a moving target – new threats are constantly evolving and trying to understand how to address and prioritize the most important threats is a huge challenge, even for the most talented IT teams.

The most public cybercrime has been associated with hackers attacking large corporations, resulting in significant financial and reputational damage. Unfortunately, many small business owners fail to recognize they have now become a major target of these increasingly sophisticated attacks. Bad actors know smaller businesses don’t have the cybersecurity expertise, resources and focus of larger companies, making them easy targets. In fact, according to SCORE, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, 43% of all cyberattacks are directed at small businesses, with that number expected to increase.1

If your small- and medium-sized business customers haven’t thought about a cybersecurity strategy, they could be leaving their business wide open to cyber-attacks and non-compliance issues. Start the cybersecurity conversation with your SMB customers by leveraging our What Every Business Owner Should Know About Cybersecurity whitepaper.


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