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Cyber attacks on small businesses on the rise!

Over four in ten of all UK businesses suffered a breach or attack in the past 12 months

Most common attacks were fraudulent emails followed by cyber criminals impersonating an organisation online

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Meet the new ransomware that knows where you live

British businesses battle 38 ransomware attacks a day

The new viruses are more potent than their predecessors because they have adapted to companies’ cyber defences, like a digital version of antibiotic-resistant superbugs

Protect your business

Ransomware, phishing, and other types of cyberattacks are increasing in number and sophistication. To avoid becoming a victim, you must take measures to protect your company, even if it is small. No business is too small to go unnoticed by cybercriminals. The fact is that cybercriminals like to attack small companies because those businesses often do not have the expertise or resources to fend them off.

Reduce vulnerabilities

You probably are running anti-malware software already in your business, realizing the essential role it plays in detecting and blocking known ransomware, viruses, and other types of malware. However, that is only one of several measures you need to take to protect your company against cyberattacks. Other important measures include reducing known security vulnerabilities, educating your employees, and preparing for the worst-case scenario.

Prepare yourself

Cybercriminals are constantly devising new ways to attack businesses, so despite your best efforts, your business might become the latest cyberattack victim. This is yet another important reason why you need a data backup strategy. Although having backup copies of your data and systems will not prevent a cyberattack, it can mitigate the effects of one. For example, if your business becomes the victim of a ransomware attack, you will not have to pay the ransom to get your data back.

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