These headlines are clear, ransomware, phishing, and other types of cyberattacks are increasing in number and sophistication. No business is too small, and 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.
Avoiding becoming a victim of cybersecurity, does not just mean evading being attacked. Rather, it also means assuming you will be attacked and putting proactive measures in place so that your business can survive a cyberattack.
If you are running anti-malware software already in your business, then you already realize the essential role it plays in detecting and blocking known ransomware, viruses, and other types of malwares. However, that is only one of several measures you need to take to protect your company, employees, and customers against cyberattacks.