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Unaware and under attack: why small businesses must wake up to the cyber-crime threat

Unaware and under attack: why small businesses must wake up to the cyber-crime threat

Sian John discusses why SMEs should care about having security measures to protect their business since if they fail to comply to with GDPR and other regulations, they can lose a lot of money

Cyber-attacks now cost enterprises US $861K per security incident

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On average, a single cyber-security incident now costs large businesses US $861,000 (£652,000). Meanwhile, small and medium businesses (SMBs) pay $86,500 (£65,500).

Australian SMBs must comprehend cyber-security as much as finance

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Every day cyber-criminals are benefiting from Australian SMBs that are uneducated and unwilling to properly protect their data.

63% of SMBs are not prepared to counter cyber-security threats

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Only 37 percent of respondents in small to medium size businesses felt that their organisation was fit to manage IT security, according to a recent survey.

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