When looking at headlines and major media outlets, many may have the illusion that only large corporations are in the crosshairs of cybercriminals. After all, these are the organizations that have a robust database, large revenues and weight in the market, right?
Not really. Small and medium-sized businesses have become the focus of cyber criminals; because they generally neglect to implement security measures. In addition, the low budget and inexperience with the most robust solutions on the market, generate this vulnerable posture.
This reality is worrying and needs to be considered, both by SME owners, as well as by service providers (MSPs) and security solutions. This is because, SMEs represent a significant share in the market.
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According to 2019 data from Sebrae , small businesses account for more than a quarter of the Brazilian Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
For occupying a good space in the market and guaranteeing work for millions of people in our country, it is very important that small and medium companies understand how cybersecurity can impact the reputation, revenue and survival of their businesses.