July 12, 2014 in General
Many people believe that large companies face the greatest cyber liability risks—a belief that grew stronger after the recent Target data breach. But, in fact, it’s startups and small businesses that are the most vulnerable. Why? Thousands of these businesses possess sensitive customer information, such as credit card numbers, medical records and/or Social Security numbers. And, because smaller businesses typically have fewer resources, they tend to have fewer security measures in place to protect customers’ personal information.