Small Business Monitorvmelville2016-09-02T09:36:33+00:00
Companies of all sizes should be empowered to minimise their risk of cyber threat
According to Symantec’s 2016 Internet Security Threat Report, the majority of spear phishing attacks in 2015 were targeted toward small and midsize companies.
Despite the increased focus, CSID found in a recent survey that over half of small businesses are not currently allocating any budget to cyber attack mitigation. The most interesting insight that our survey uncovered, perhaps, is why. While 57% of companies we surveyed said that they are concerned about cyber attacks, the reason 51% of them are not allocating any budget to cyber attack risk mitigation is largely because they don’t believe they are storing risky data.
CSID believes that companies of all sizes should understand what puts them at risk of cyber threat, and be enabled to mitigate that risk.
Our Small Business Monitor product educates and empowers small businesses around the world to take action without the overhead, and gives them with easy-to-use security tools that safeguard their data. With Small Business Monitor your company can:
Monitor the depths of the dark web and be notified of signs of data compromise.
Business identity restoration 24/7
Put a proactive plan in place for breach response management
Small Business Monitor leverages our best-in-class Identity Management Centre to offer a friendly user experience that can be easily customised to meet your business’ unique requirements.
Scalable and globally accessible
Fast implementation time
Easy analytics integration
Fully hosted and managed
Small Business Education
White Papers and more
As a leader in data breach mitigation solutions, CSID is at the forefront of partner and consumer insights, research and industry trends. Explore our wealth of content and information about data breaches for valuable education and tips.
CASE STUDY: HACKING THE HACKERS
2015 White Paper
CSID reinforced the need for data breach mitigation by executing an experiment. The idea? Develop a mock business, build its presence online and watch as it becomes a target for real cyber criminals to hack.
The number of attacks against SMBs nearly doubled in 2013. Why the increased attention? According to CSID’s 2014 SMB survey, 31% of SMBs are not taking any active measures to protect against security threats.