By Joshua Sophy
By now, you know that your small business faces a real threat of being hacked. Hackers are targeting small businesses more and more because they believe they may be more vulnerable — generally.
But even if hackers were able to penetrate your cyber defenses, what damage could they really do to your company?
In some cases, the results could be disastrous. For others, the threat is real but consequences may not be as dire.
That’s why we’re releasing the Cyber Security edition of Small Business Trends magazine.
You can get a FREE download here right now!
We’ve attempted to cut through a lot of the confusion — and frankly, some potential misinformation — to help you determine the risk YOUR business faces from cyber criminals. And then, teach you how to react to the risk.
In this edition, we cover the risk analysis your company should conduct. Just how secure is your business from a cyber attack and what’s at stake if you are hacked? The answers to these questions will help you determine the level of cyber security protection your small business should deploy. How much should your company invest in cyber security technology?
For some companies, perhaps only a small investment in defense technology and planning is needed in the event of an attack. But there are things every company can and SHOULD do right now that don’t cost anything more than a little time and know-how. Check out the article on password policy best practices — a great place to start your cyber defense strategy!
We’ve also got information on the types of attacks currently posing a the greatest threat to your small business and others you may want to keep an eye out for. And there’s so much more.
Be sure to download your FREE copy of the Small Business Trends magazine Cyber Security edition today. And get future issues of the magazine sent directly to you when they publish, including our upcoming business planning edition.
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