What Small Business Owners Need to Know about Cybersecurity
A recent study by Nationwide Insurance, which surveyed 1,069 small-business owners in the U.S., found that more than three-quarters of entrepreneurs think cyber attacks are unlikely to affect their businesses and 41 percent said they believe attacks most frequently happen to large businesses. That attitude is risky for these entrepreneurs, because the study also found that 45 percent of small-business owners have actually been victims of attacks — without even knowing. Meanwhile, only 13 percent of surveyed business owners admitted to being victims of cyber attacks.
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