Cyber attacks on SMBs could be on the rise. 66% of senior decision-makers at SMBs still believe they're unlikely to be targeted by online criminals. Similarly, 7 in 10 have no digital defense plan in place whatsoever, underscoring the need for heightened industry awareness and education across the board.
A new survey finds 36 per cent of small businesses have been victims of data breaches in 2019. According to Kaspersky surveyed companies with less than 50 employees results, the number of SMBs affected by data breaches is significantly growing year-on-year.
India high on agenda of Russian cybersecurity solutions firm Kaspersky survey
- Share of small businesses experiencing data businesses was still lower (36 per cent) than SMBs (46 per cent) and enterprises (53 per cent).
- In 33% of SMBs, there was no centralized cybersecurity management.
- 60% go out of business within six months of being victimized by data leaks.
- Company files/data being shared via third party services increase data leaks.
- Address the System level vulnerabilities, maintenance issues.
- Data can be breached without a vpn, we should improve network security.
- Make sure Customer data should be protected according to isaca standards.
- Work from home raises various security risks too. We provide work from home solutions.
- web services are most vulnerable for legit hackers.
- Software Application level security should also be monitored.