31 Aug SMBs need to come to grips with digital dangers
NO BUSINESS is safe when it comes to cyber-attacks, and this is what small business fails to realise.
Many (most) small businesses generally have not taken the time to consider the risk of a cyber breach, nor the impact to their business. Many are of the mind that it won’t happen to them and are under the impression that attacks only target large enterprises. In fact, the opposite is usually true, with larger businesses implementing more security controls to protect their IT systems and data repositories. As a result, today’s attacker finds it easier to target smaller organisations with less robust security in place.
In today’s world, it’s not a case of ‘if’ your business will be hit, but more a case of ‘when’. By keeping your organisation prepared and allocating resources and funds in training your staff as well as implementing policies and procedures you will be on the right path with your cyber security.
Our COO Murray Goldschmidt wrote an article on the digital dangers facing organisations and what they can do to protect themselves. It was featured in Business Acumen magazine. Find the full article here: Come to grips with digital dangers