Many Small and Medium Businesses (SMB's) believe that they are too small to be hacked, or that they maintain and information a hacker might want. Cybersecurity experts disagree. With the proliferation of cyber attacks like ransomware, hackers are able a willing to hack anyone, for a ransom payment.
But We Don't Store Confidential Information While SMB's might not be exposing client credit card number or employee social security numbers, they should address the risk of being unable to access their data for an extended period, or experience a complete data loss.
How Much Could a Breach Really Cost Me? SMB's should ask, how long can I go without access to my accounting system? How would be business be impacted if I lose all by client contracts stored on our network drive?