An annual data breach report found that small businesses and C-level executives were among cybercriminals' favorite targets in 2018.
While massive data breaches typically hog all the cybersecurity headlines, SMB security is also at risk as cybercriminals go after easy targets with low IT budgets.
Large enterprises can learn crucial security lessons from small and midsized organizations — which often have a stronger culture of accountability and responsibility when it comes to data protection.
A recent study suggested that small business cybersecurity threats are on the rise, as evidenced by the fact that the average small business website sustained 44 attacks per day during Q4 2017.
The average DDoS protection cost is on the rise for both SMBs and enterprises, even as security lags behind. Is this the new reality in a digital-first world?
A new report from Datto on the current state of ransomware found that, while infections are on the rise, companies are starting to realize that they shouldn't pay up to recover their locked files.
Roughly Half of Cybersecurity Incidents Due to Employee Negligence and Weak IT Security Policies, Report Says
Only 12 percent of employees fully understand their organization's IT security policies and human error accounts for nearly half of all cybersecurity incidents, according to a recent report.
RDP ransomware attacks aren't new, but they're targeting more small businesses. How can SMBs stay safe?
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should follow these IT security best practices to protect their data and gain a competitive advantage.
According to a recent survey, trusted employees, not cybercriminals, are responsible for the majority of cybersecurity threats affecting SMBs.