How to Prevent Cyber Attacks on Your Business

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How to Prevent Cyber Attacks on Your Business

Ransomware attacks have been on the rise, so much so that they have become the biggest single money earner for cybercriminals. In 2020, there were 1001 cases reported to the U.S. government affecting move than 155.8 million individuals. The primary cause cited is less than adequate information security. Another startling statistics is that more than half of small businesses suffered some type of breach in 2020. Whether it was data breach brought on by a phishing event, or a full system shutdown der to ransomware. Sadly, an estimated 60 percent of those businesses went out of business within six months of becoming a victim of cybercrime. Learn what you can do prevent your business from becoming a victim.