No One is Too Small to Hack
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No One is Too Small to Hack

Smaller companies shouldn’t be complacent in the thought that cyberattackers have bigger game in their sights.


Cyber security is a real concern for almost all businesses. Some of these issues may be driven by overbroad government regulations, or by overcautious commercial partners, rather than the reality of a company’s actual security requirements.

But most of all, smaller companies THINK they are safe and therefore they are EASIER to hack. Having your data stolen or locked down by ransomware is as devastating for a small company as a large one. Maybe even more since the smaller one might go out of business where the large one can afford a lawsuit and restoration of the data.

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No One is Too Small to Hack