Are you “too small” to be significantly damaged by a ransomware attack that locks all of your files for several days or more?

Are you “too small” to deal with a hacker using your company’s server as “ground zero” to infect all of your clients, vendors, employees and contacts with malware? Are you “too small” to worry about someone taking your payroll out of your bank account? According to Osterman Research, the AVERAGE small business lost over $100,000 per ransomware incident and over 25 hours of downtime. Of course, $100,000 isn’t the end of the world, is it? But are you okay to shrug this off? To take the chance?

It’s NOT Just Cybercriminals Who Are The Problem

Most business owners erroneously think cybercrime is limited to hackers based in China or Russia, but the evidence is overwhelming that disgruntled employees, both of your company and your vendors, can cause significant losses due to their knowledge of your organization and access to your data and systems. What damage can they do?