SMBs Climbing Up in the Hit List of Cyber Crooks
According to the latest survey of GetSafeOnline, about 44% of Small- and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) have suffered cyber attacks.
The aftermath of such assaults may prove to be extremely disastrous for small businesses. Spyware, viruses, spam and hacking attacks can lead to numerous adverse consequences, including data loss or theft, productivity decline, computer downtime, compliance-related issues and loss of sales and reputation.
Security experts stated that such effects are harmful to companies of every size, but in particular, SMBs get most affected. This is because SMBs have limited technical staff, limited security budget and very few backup options, which make them vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Moreover, SMBs are becoming increasingly dependent on technology ...
» SPAMfighter News - 27-12-2008