Disaster Cloud Recovery
Every business in the world starts small. However, even small companies face huge threats. In this eGuide, we’ll explain why a comprehensive cybersecurity and disaster-recovery plan should be a top priority for your company, even if it only has a few employees. To help you devise the perfect strategy, we’ll outline some of the biggest threats for small companies, assess where your business currently stands in its cybersecurity approach, and assist you in finding experts to help implement a solid solution.
If you own or work for a small business, you’re far from alone. Nearly every business in the U.S. is a small- to medium-sized company: According to 2014 U.S. Census data, nearly 90 percent of businesses in the country have fewer than 20 employees, while a staggering 99.7 percent have fewer than 500. These small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) represent the backbone of the U.S. economy. As such, it’s essential to protect their data, their finances, and their future from a complex variety of threats.
Many of those threats seem difficult – if not impossible – for an SMB to plan for. A natural disaster, for example, can strike when least expected. What’s more, SMBs have become a top target for cyberattacks, and for the majority, the effects of a cyberattack will put the company out of business.