A cybercriminal's primary goal is to exploit the weaknesses in your digital (and human) business environment to help themselves to your money and information.
It would be nice to think that as a small business, you'd fly under their radar. That, due to the size of your business, the financial returns would be too low to be worthy of their attention.
Some facts you'd probably rather not know...
Threat 1: Email Viruses
Threat 2: Malware
Threat 3: Ransomware
Threat 4: Phishing
Threat 5: Supply chain attack
Other Useful Cybersecurity Information
What should you do if you have a cyber breach?
What official resources are there to help protect your business?
Umm, what does that mean?
Some handy cybersecurity tips for businesses
We know that dealing with cybersecurity and cybercrime can be overwhelming. As a small business, you may not have the time or resources needed to give it the attention it needs.
Luckily, there's a wealth of technology designed with the sole purpose of helping to keep your business safe. Combined with employee training, it can go a long way to make sure that you're not a cybercrime statistic.