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Selecting a Cybersecurity Awareness Training Program for your Business

Your end users are the first line of defense for your company, and 74% of cyber attacks start with an end user. That’s why of all the cybersecurity controls you can put in place for your business, an awareness program has the potential to make the biggest impact.

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How to Address Insider Threat Risks as a Small Business Owner

Discover key strategies to protect your business from insider threats, an often-overlooked cybersecurity risk. Learn to identify warning signs, strengthen internal safeguards, and foster a security-aware culture to safeguard your company’s digital assets.

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Handling Customer Communication in the Wake of a Cybersecurity Breach

The aftermath of a cybersecurity breach demands careful, strategic communication to maintain customer trust and loyalty. For small and medium-sized businesses, the way they handle post-breach communication can be the difference between surviving the reputational damage and going out of business entirely.

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10 Reasons Hackers Target SMBs

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are increasingly on the radar of cybercriminals. Despite common misconceptions, SMBs are vulnerable and often targeted due to specific weaknesses in their cybersecurity strategies. In our latest article, we list ten critical reasons why SMBs are common targets for cyber attacks.